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Campus Tour

Fifteen buildings--including residence halls, chapel, auditorium, campus center, gymnasium and administration building--are clustered amid landscaped open spaces and native woodlands. Two spring-fed lakes are also located on the campus.   (Click on the thumbnails to view larger photos)

St. John Vianney Chapel is central to the campus and at the heart of the Seminary's life.
St. John Vianney Chapel is central to the campus and at the heart of the Seminary's life.
Each of the residence halls has its own chapel.  The Seminary campus provides space and a variety of settings conducive to prayer and personal reflection.
Each residence hall can accommodate 40 students in private rooms on two floors. Rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, lounge chair, sink and closet. The chaplain's quarters are on the first floor. Chapel, lounge, laundry and kitchen facilities are available in each hall. Telephone and internet connections are available in each room.
Each residence hall can accommodate 40 students in private rooms on two floors.  Rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, lounge chair, sink and closet.  The chaplain's quarters are on the first floor.  Chapel, lounge, laundry and kitchen facilities are available in each hall. Telephone and internet connections are available in each room.
The library is a two-story facility renovated in 1997 and a great resource, not only for students on campus, but also for the Western New York region.  The building is handicap accessible and is open from 9 am to 11 pm weekdays while school is in session.
The library collection numbers more than 180,000 volumes.  Although primarily a research collection for theology and related areas, the collection contains standard works in other disciplines, especially philosophy.  In addition, the library houses the Monsignor James Bray Collection of approximately 1000 volumes dealing with the history of the Niagara Frontier and French Canada.
The two-story classroom building contains four classrooms, each accommodating 32 students; two seminar rooms; two lecture rooms, each with a capacity for 50 students and a large lecture hall with seating for 100.
The two-story classroom building contains four classrooms, each accommodating 32 students; two seminar rooms; two lecture rooms, each with a capacity for 50 students and a large lecture hall with seating for 100.

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