The refurbishment and renaming of the screening room in the Eileen L. Norris Theater Complex was made possible through the generosity of Tina and Nancy Sinatra and the Frank Sinatra Family Foundation. Dedicated on November 18, 2002, Frank Sinatra Hall houses a remarkable exhibit commemorating Sinatra's life and contributions to American popular culture.
Sinatra's extensive memorabilia - including the many Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes, platinum and gold records and countless other awards that were presented to the singer in recognition of his artistic, patriotic and humanitarian achievements - are on public display. This exhibit can be viewed year after year, helping the community to understand this American icon and his lasting impact on our culture.
Preserving the legacy of Frank Sinatra at USC ensures that his career and his many contributions will be studied by thousands of students right here in Southern California, where he lived for much of his extraordinary life.