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Space & Facilities

Neyland StadiumThe Language Resource Center is located in the historic Alumni Memorial Building, located immediately adjacent to Neyland Stadium. Built in the 1930s and once home to the UT basketball team, it was the site of Sergei Rachmaninov's last concert in 1943. It underwent an $11 million renovation in 2004 and now boasts, among other things, a 900- seat auditorium.

With more than twenty state-of-the-art rooms and labs, our facilities provide an expanded array of services for students, faculty, and researchers interested in world languages, cultures, and how technology brings us closer to each other.


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