Raymond Hall Complex
Raymond Hall West is home to our renowned School of Education. Known throughout the region as a leader in education, Georgian Court’s School of Education trains tomorrow’s teachers today in the latest theory and with cutting-edge hands-on experience. The recipient of federal grant money, the school boasts a 100% pass rate of its students on the PRAXIS exam, a 100% employment rate of the graduates of its accelerated programs within six months and an excellent reputation with school systems unequaled in the region.
In the Dining Hall in Raymond Hall East, you may enjoy a buffet of diverse cuisine under the soaring, timber-framed ceiling that was once home to the original owner George Jay Gould’s polo ponies. There, you’ll find everything from Szechuan stir-fry to good old-fashioned cheeseburgers, made to order!
The Office of Mission Integration is also in Raymond Hall East, where the university takes special care to ensure that the Mercy core values of respect, integrity, justice, compassion and service are evident throughout the Georgian Court community.
With the Catherine McAuley Heritage Chapel that sits at the northernmost point of the Raymond Hall Complex, the buildings create a peaceful courtyard, perfect for studying or eating al fresco.