George M. Skurla Hall

Skurla Building
George M. Skurla Hall is the home of the College of Aeronautics. It is a modern two-story building that includes faculty offices, classrooms, laboratories in air traffic control, advanced systems and computers, and a 140-seat auditorium. Located on the first floor are several lecture style classrooms with elevated seating for greater ease in viewing the whiteboards or projection screens.

George M. Skurla Hall 102


Room 102 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.

George M. Skurla Hall 103


Room 103 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.

George M. Skurla Hall 106


Room 106 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.

George M. Skurla Hall 110


Room 110 is a newly-renovated auditorium classroom and seats 140 on chairs with lap desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen, projector, instructor workstation, laptop hookup, and more.

George M. Skurla Hall 116


Room 116 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.

George M. Skurla Hall 120


Room 120 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.

George M. Skurla Hall 121


Room 121 seats 40 on rotational chairs around broad stationary desks. Features include a chalk board, projector, and carpeted floor. Room is equipped with screen and laptop hookup.