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The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is a new hub for collaborative learning at UMD in the heart of McKeldin Mall. The building supports a diverse range of formal and informal collaborative learning environments. The exterior of the building is contextual with the historic character of the campus while the interior boasts open, expansive spaces with transparency and visual connectivity through double-height classrooms and atriums. Each learning space was designed to accommodate adaptability and support a diverse range of pedagogical approaches.

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Statistics

27,000 sf

Renovation of Historic Holzapfel Hall (built in 1934)

160,000 sf

New Construction

187,000 sf

Total Building Square Footage

12

Classrooms

9

Chemistry Teaching Labs

1500

Total seats – formal teaching space

4

Cafés (one large, and three small concession areas)

12,000

Students served per day
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