JMU in the Community

Madison Hall reopening

by Mary Evans

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The newly renovated Madison Hall is complete and fully operational. Staff from Admissions, the Graduate School, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Title IX, Valley Scholars, the Center for Global Engagement (formerly the Office of International Programs) and Physics now call Madison Hall home.  

Madison Hall is the former home of the Rockingham Memorial Hospital Cancer Center. This building has strong roots in engaging the community in an important and meaningful way. As such, the programs that now reside in Madison Hall were carefully chosen to continue this building’s tradition of engagement.

Check out all of the new programs and facilities!

A sneak peek of what touring students will see when they come for a campus visit: 

presentation room
A new presentation room is already being used by Admissions staff for campus visits. Here's a look at the new space.

Published: Monday, April 10, 2017

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

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