||Kathryn and Bernard Hyland Hall
||Kathryn and Bernard Hyland, the parents of alumnus and benefactor Bernard V. Hyland, M.D. '48
||Leung Hemmler Camayd
||S. G. Mastriani
||Second Cornerstone Campaign; Dr. Bernard V. Hyland '48
||44,000 sq ft
Hyland Hall's four floors include 16 classrooms, a 180-seat lecture hall, Hyland Cafe, and a lounge. Hyland's first floor once housed the University bookstore, prior to its transfer to the DeNaples Center. The building construction cost approximately $3 million.
Since September 2001, Hyland has housed the University's Art Gallery, which previously was in the Gallery Building on Linden Street. On April 4, 2004, it was dedicated as the Hope Horn Gallery in memory of Hope Cumming Horn (1920-2001), a dedicated painter, sculptor, and educator who was a vibrant and defining force in the local arts community. Her estate was bequeathed to the Art and Music program at the University.
"Plans for classroom building complete
4 March 1987: 1.
"Hyland officially open for business
28 September 1988: 3.
"Jaywalking could put crossing guard out of a job
5 October 1988: ECR 4.
"Hyland Hall recognized for excellence
8 February 1991: 14.
"University Art Gallery Dedicated in Honor of the Late Hope Horn
," Scranton Record
May 2004: 7.