Campus Building Descriptions
Calvert Hall is located in Towson, Maryland, minutes from Interstate 695 and York Road.
The campus consists of four main buildings: Keelty Hall, Marion Burk Knott Center for the Performing Arts, George Young Hall and the Carlo Crispino Center.
Keelty Hall, which was opened for students in 1960, includes most of the school's classrooms and departmental offices, as well as the Main Office, Administration, Guidance Office, Admissions Office and Alumni/Development Offices. The Alumni Memorial Gymnasium and the Russo Dining Hall are also housed in Keelty Hall. The Center for the Growth in Sciences is located inside one of our two courtyards. The Veterans Tribute, paying tribute to the Calvert Hall alumni who are serving or have served in one of the armed branches of service is located directly outside of Keelty Hall.
The Crispino Center
The Crispino Center, which was opened in 1967, houses the wrestling room, pool, weight room and a practice gymnasium
The Marion Burk Knott Center
The Marion Burk Knott Center for the Performing Arts, which opened in 1989, includes McManus Theatre, two lecture halls and the Band and Chorus Rooms.
George Young Hall
George Young Hall, which opened in 2004, houses the George Young Library, McMullen and LaSalle Centers, Computer & Writing Labs, TV Studio, Art Studio, Classrooms and Departmental Offices.
The campus also includes the Christian Brothers Residence, Paul Angelo Russo Stadium, McManus Baseball Field at Carlo Crispino Stadium, Shaughnessy Tennis Courts, Practice Field and Parking Facilities.