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Jonas Clark Hall

Jonas Clark Building

Named after our founder, Jonas Clark Hall is Clark’s oldest building.

The direct center of campus, you’re likely to have many of your classes here, and it is just a few minutes’ walk from the residence halls. Academic departments offices in Jonas Clark Hall include Economics, Psychology, and Education, as well as the Adam Institute for Urban Teaching and School Practice, Hiatt Center for Urban Education, the School of Professional Studies, Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, and Media Services. Attached to the building is Clark’s Cogeneration Plant, which generates electricity, steam heat, and hot water from the same fuel source, and captures and reuses waste heat.

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