The Downtown Center

The historic Baldwin Building houses faculty offices, several classrooms, a large library, and a student lounge, and is conveniently located on Lander's "Old West" Main Street. Frassati Hall, a few blocks north, serves as the College's dining hall and commons building, as well as housing a coffee shop and several additional study areas.

IMG_9825 -wide.jpg                                                  Mass in the Fr. DeSmet Chapel. The Chapel is located in the heart of the historic Baldwin Building on Main Street in Lander. Each afternoon during the week, there is adoration and confessions in the Chapel.

Dr. Kwasniewski teaches theology in one of the downtown classrooms.                             IMG_1929 - Brighter -wide.jpg

IMG_2127 -wide.jpg            Students studying inside the St. Jerome Library.

A former barber shop has been transformed into the Outdoor Leadership Program Gear Center, which includes a climbing wall for students to work on strength and specific moves.                                                       IMG_3110 -wide.jpg

                                         Frassati Hall, named in honor of Blessed Pier Georgio Frassati, is located a few blocks north from the Baldwin Building.

Frassati Hall also houses the cafeteria.        Frassati Cafeteria 1 wide.jpg

IMG_4783 - wide.jpg                                          A common scene in the Frassati Student Lounge and Coffee Shop where students study, play music, take naps, shoot pool, and spend time in conversation.