Facilities Support

Hillman Hall
“When I think of the complex problems our society faces, I see those at the Brown School doing a significant amount to solve them.”
Jennifer Hillman
Hillman Hall
“It is important to us that we invest wisely in our community, where it can do the greatest good. We believe that education represents the best means to making the strongest possible social impact.”
Tom Hillman
Washington University students’ educational experiences are of the highest quality, and the faculty has every tool needed for outstanding teaching and research. These broad accomplishments not only depend on financial resources, but also hinge on the physical environment itself. The construction of new facilities ensures that the physical plant will best serve the needs of a vital, world-class teaching and research university, while maintaining one of the loveliest campuses in the country.

Certain names become part of daily campus life for students and faculty – names literally engraved in stone or etched on bronze. These names grace the buildings that form the university’s physical structure: names like Brookings, Ridgley, Eads, Olin, and Danforth. For all who are connected with Washington University, these names carry lifelong memories and meaning.

If you would like information about naming a space or a building on Washington University’s Danforth or medical campuses, please contact any member of the Alumni & Development’s Capital Projects staff.


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