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B. Steele Center

Funds to build the Steele Center were raised as part of the FOUNDATIONS FOR EXCELLENCE (FFE) Capital Campaign, which also raised money to support the endowment.

Originally known as the Performing Arts Center & Student Commons, the building was renamed in June 2015 in honor of Fr. Philip G. Steele, SJ ’66, who served as the school’s president from 2006 to 2015.

Amenities include a 485-seat theatre called The Z, scene shop, theatre makeup and dressing rooms, three instrumental and choral music classrooms, upper lobby/commons area, the History of the Jesuits in the Arts mural by Mark Steele, the Schmidt Family Principal and Administrative Offices, Bondi Conference Room, student communications/broadcasting center, Communications Office, café, Raider Shop and Sidney Jesuit Commons.

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