Walsh Gymnasium, constructed in the Brutalist style, opened in 1940. The design and concrete construction rely on form following function. Seating up to 2,600 people, this building was named for Archbishop Thomas J. Walsh. During most of the…

Constructed in 1898, Marshall Hall was the first dedicated library on campus, housing approximately 18,000 volumes. This building as well as Presidents and Stafford Halls were the original three buildings on campus when the college moved from…

A panoramic shot of Seton Hall's campus c. 1935. It shows what is currently Bayley Hall and the Chapel, as well as what is now Presidents Hall and Marshall Hall.

This structure was built in the Collegiate Gothic Revival tradition in 1910 and served as the longtime home of Seton Hall Preparatory School. The pointed arch windows and entry are earmarks of this style, which was also used during this time at…

Presidents Hall, known as the Main Building after 1927, was completed in 1867 and served as the original home of the Immaculate Conception Seminary. In 1866, President Bayley commissioned a large stained-glass depiction of Saint Elizabeth Ann…

McNulty Hall was built in 1954 to host classrooms for new majors in the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. Named after Monsignor John L. McNulty, president of the university from 1949-1959, the building contains a popular artwork known as…