Lagomarcino HallOfficial abbreviation: LAGOMAR
Constructed in 1912
Additions built in 1956, 1962
Space in this building
Building Open Hours
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|7 AM - 6 PM||7 AM - 6 PM||7 AM - 6 PM||7 AM - 6 PM||7 AM - 6 PM||Closed||Closed|
Services / Maintenance / Projects
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Custodial Service is provided by Custodial Team 8
Mail Service by Postal and Parcel Services
- 11:35 AM: Collection / Delivery (Room W0113)
- 11:40 AM: Collection / Delivery (Stairwell S0118N)
- 2:35 PM: Collection only (Stairwell S0118N)
Dumpster collection by Campus Services
- Monday: between Noon and 3 PM
- Tuesday: between Noon and 3 PM
- Wednesday: between Noon and 3 PM
- Thursday: between Noon and 3 PM
- Friday: between Noon and 3 PM
Originally known as the Quadrangle, the building was home to the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University. It was constructed in 1912, with additions to the building in 1956 and 1962 that increased its size dramatically. The buildings north, east and west wings form a large courtyard down the center giving students a shaded outdoor space to study. In 1978 the Veterinary Medicine College relocated to its current facility on South 16th Street. The College of Education moved in and the building was renamed in honor of Virgil Lagomarcino, the first dean of the College of Education who served from 1968 until 1990.