Xavier's Mission

Walter Schott Hall


In the mid-1960's, the Xavier Jesuit Community outgrew Hinkle Hall. Through the generosity of the Walter E. Schott Family Foundation, a new 10-story residential building was constructed for the community and appropriately named Schott Hall. Today, the building is the home of a number of offices and departments, including the Office of Admission, making it the first building on campus that most prospective students and their families visit.


Quick Facts

Dedicated: 1966
Named After: The Walter E. Schott Family Foundation
Square Footage: 245,000
Home to:

Additional Notes:

  • Considered a high rise (10-story building).
  • "Learning, Serving, Achieving, Together"

  • The words above the entrance to the Admissions Office reflect the heart of the Xavier community. It is what we do and how we do it; together. In the words of our mascot, "All for One".