The Rotunda, an iconic campus landmark, is part of the Liberal Arts Center. It features historic murals by Roman artist Gonippo Raggi and the Hall of Presidents. The Admissions Office is adjacent to the Rotunda.
From its polished marble floors to its spectacular domed ceiling, the Rotunda is an iconic campus landmark. Completed in 1937, its historic murals illustrate the history and principles of Christian education. The Rotunda is the third largest in the state of Pennsylvania, and is only 8' shorter in circumferences than the Rotunda in the PA State Capitol building. The estimated value of the Rotunda artworks is 6 million dollars.
The Hall of Presidents, which displays portraits of Marywood's presidents, serves as the main entrance to the Rotunda and Liberal Arts Center.
The Admissions Office is accessible from the Rotunda.