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Facilities

Students in Rettner work space

Ronald Rettner Hall for Media Arts and Innovation

Named for University Trustee and philanthropist Ronald Rettner, Rettner Hall is a 18,900-square-foot building located in the Wilson Quadrangle on River Campus (between Wilson Commons and Morey Hall).

The building features:

  • An engineering fabrication lab, where students can build project prototypes
  • A multi-purpose learning room and group study areas
  • Sound and video recording studios
  • High-end computers and 3D printers

Rettner Hall is home to both digital media studies and audio and music engineering.