Edward St. John Center

The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is the first new academic building on McKeldin Mall in 50 years - the “centerpiece of a new standard of teaching space” for the University. The 186,415 square-foot building co-houses the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the new Teaching and Learning Transformation Center. This state-of-the-art facility is named after Edward St. John, an active philanthropist, Baltimore-area developer, and Class of 1961 alumnus. A LEED-Certified project, the Center opened in 2017 and can serve up to 12,000 students and faculty every day.

180,144
gross square feet
9
state-of-the-art chemistry labs
1,830
seats of instructional space