Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC)
Monday - Friday, 6 am-6 pm
- Physical Address: 520 S Euclid Ave, St. Louis, MO, United States
After hours access
The building can be accessed with a WUSM or BJC ID card after-hours.
Wheel Chair Accessibility to Connor, Holden, and Moore Auditoriums
Wheel chair accessibility to Connor, Holden, and Moore Auditoriums for lecturers, students, faculty, or staff can be gained via the wheel chair access ramp located at the Scott Avenue East entrance to the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC). The Scott Avenue entrance is located next to the Medical School shipping and receiving dock, on the east side of the FLTC.
Directions to Connor, Holden, and Moore Auditoriums from the Wheel Chair Access Ramp:
- Connor Auditorium: Enter FLTC from wheel chair access ramp. Turn right once inside; Connor Auditorium will be the first two sets of doors; enter either set; you will be entering near the stage area.
- Holden Auditorium: Enter FLTC from wheel chair access ramp. Turn right once inside; Holden Auditorium will the third set of doors; you will be entering near the stage area.
- Moore Auditorium: Enter FLTC from wheel chair access ramp. Turn left once inside and proceed up hallway to FLTC Atrium Level. Continue across Atrium to the North Building vestibule entrance. Enter vestibule, stay to the left, and continue down short hallway to Moore Auditorium Lobby on left. Enter Moore Auditorium and proceed down aisle to front of auditorium.
Special Parking Accommodations for Farrell Learning and Teaching Center Wheel Chair Guests:
Special Parking for FLTC wheel chair guest speakers, students, faculty, or staff who are attending curriculum events can be arranged by contacting the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC) Building Coordinator at 747-3284 or the FLTC Building Director at 362-6842 at least five business prior to when parking is needed. FLTC staff will arrange parking through the Security and Transportation Offices for the east side of the FLTC.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE is known for providing a collaborative, collegial atmosphere for learning. Beginning in August 2005, the school enhanced this atmosphere with the addition of a new centralized, dedicated teaching facility. Called the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, the building, for the first time, creates a “hearth” for learning that both students and teachers can call home.
Located at the heart of the medical center, the striking six-story structure serves as the main venue for teaching and events at the school. The official grand opening was held on September 16, 2005.