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Solis Hall

Solis Hall

About named building

Located in Marshall College, Solis Hall has an assignable area of 7,285 square feet and serves as a major lecture hall to the campus. First occupied in 1976, the building was renamed in 1990 to honor Faustina Solis, the second provost of Marshall College. As provost, Solis was committed to the college’s mission of engaging minority students. She promoted mentoring programs for incoming students and encouraged Marshall students to participate in community outreach and public service. Coming from a background in healthcare for underserved populations, Solis also helped establish public health coursework for undergraduate and medical students at the university.


Naming Type: Honorary
Building Location: Marshall College
Date Constructed: January 1, 1975
Predominant Use: Classroom
Floors or Levels: 1 Floor
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