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The Faculty Building, now Rodman Hall, was part of the original group of buildings constructed for a new university to be located on the east side of Cleveland. The move from the west side was intended to be not just a change of geographical location, but also a matter of providing the location and facilities for an institution that would "develop into a leading Catholic university of the Midwest."
Gavin, Donald P. John Carroll University: A Century of Service. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1985.