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Shuster Hall

Shuster Hall is a LEEDs certified green building that serves as a classroom, dining hall and multipurpose room. Perfect for meetings and retreats, the upstairs is a large open room with comfortable seating at tables for 60. There is small kitchen for public use, and a commercial kitchen for pre-approved trained users. The downstairs is a classroom / lab facility with a projector, whiteboard, and seating for about 20. This building is fully accessible, including a lift for traveling between floors. The entire facility has wireless internet access.

This facility is used for residential immersion semesters for Juniata students during the fall and spring, and for wildlife classes during the month of June. It is available for other users when students are not in residence, and for some events on weekends, evenings, or even when classes are occurring. Visit our rental information to learn more.

Shuster Hall is located on the shore of Raystown Lake, and serves as the main building for Lakeside Center.

A deck on the back of the facility provides a stunning view of the lake.

The main upstairs room features extensive windows, seating easily for 60, and up to 80, and a small sitting area with cushioned chairs and a fireplace.

A small kitchen with a great view of the lake provides for the needs of the students and renters. It is equipped with a full sized refrigerator, stove, microwave and coffee maker.

A commercial kitchen is used to provide food service during the residential semester.

Downstairs, the classroom is equipped with a projector, screen, podium, and whiteboard.

The same classroom, as viewed from the front of the room, shows the classroom type seating in the front of the room, and the table space in the back for laboratory work. This room functions as a basic wet lab with benches and sinks.