Schofield Hall, Old Library and McIntyre Library are historic buildings that have provided UW-Eau Claire students with answers to the toughest questions. Whether it is finding out how to apply to the University or deciding what path your career will follow, you will find the answers in these buildings. Discover new information that will help you be the best Blugold you can be!
Written by Hanna Johnson, Kallie Friede, Katie Schmitz and Megan Peterson
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