McKenna Hall was built in 1974 and was first used as Pitt-Greensburg student center and cafeteria. Additions were made in 1977 and 1986 with the building being converted into the campus computing center in 1989.
It was named in recognition of the generous support provided by the McKenna family through its various foundations during the past 50 years. In 1997 the building was renamed McKenna Hall Computer Center and renovations added the telecommunications center, three new computer classrooms, and an expanded computer lab. Pitt-Greensburg’s Frank A. Cassell Hall in 2012, Pitt-Greensburg Campus Technology Center became housed in the new building.
Today, McKenna Hall provides additional classroom space and computer labs for campus use.
Did you know . . . that McKenna Hall was the original site of the Lynch family’s outdoor pool and bath house?