Seating capacity – 20 (4 individual computer workstations; 60 inch LCD High Definition monitor; full internet access; 12 seats at a reconfigurable conference table; overflow chairs for 10 persons)
The Tracy Learning Center was created in 2010 through a generous donation of the Tracy Family Foundation in honor of Dr. Thomas Tracy, Regis (’61) alumnus. Among other things, the room is designed to support study and research in the field of American culture and history, and for use of the Mike Whorf’s “Kaleidoscope Collection” that was also donated to Regis by the Tracy Family Foundation. The room is suitably appointed for small group presentations and seminars. It also has a display of memorabilia from the life and work of Dr. Tom Tracy.
The purpose of the room is for:
The room is not to be used for regularly scheduled classes since this would detract from its use for special purposes noted above.
Normally, use of the room is authorized on a first come, first served basis.
Persons using the room are expected to leave it as found, tidy and clean.