Campus Maps

Detailed view of the Academic Campus Main College Building Beatley Library and Lefavour Hall Park Science Center School of Management and Academic Building One Palace Road

(1) Main College Building

The Main College Building is the main classroom building on campus. Also located here are the Admission, Financial Aid, and Registrar offices, the Trustman Art Gallery, art studios, music practice rooms, the Scott Ross Center for Community Service, the college bookstore, the Fens Cafeteria, and the Linda K. Paresky Conference Center. In addition, the "MCB" houses the College Center, which provides community gathering space, and a coffee bar.

  • Single-stall/gender neutral restroom located on the third floor, East Wing.

(2) Beatley Library and Lefavour Hall

The Beatley Library provides access to 250,000 books and journals in print, and an additional 30,000 journals, 40,000 books, and 130 databases online. Librarians are available for help with research in person, over the phone or email, or even through online live chat (AskNow). For more information about the Library, please visit the Simmons Library website.

The recently renovated Lefavour Hall houses the Communications and Modern Languages departments, IT offices, the Kotzen Meeting Center, 10 classrooms and a cafe.

  • Single-stall/gender neutral restrooms located on the first floor, North and South; second floor, North; and fourth floor, South.

(3) Park Science Center

Science students call the Park Science Center their home as all their classrooms, laboratories, faculty and student research facilities, and a nuclear magnetic resonance strectrometer are located here. The School of Nursing and Health Sciences (SNHS) is also located in the Park Science Center.


(4) School of Management and Academic Building

The new LEED Certified "Gold" building, designed to be both beautiful and practical with all the amenities appropriate for the 21st-century, is home to the School of Management (SOM), the Career Education Center, as well as classrooms and meeting spaces. It is one of the most environmentally friendly buildings in Massachusetts — part of our commitment to "walking the talk" as we educate principled leaders who will make positive contributions to their communities.

  • Single-stall/gender neutral restrooms located on the first through fifth floors, next to the women's restrooms.

(5) One Palace Road

The academic building at One Palace Road houses the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), the School of Social Work (SSW), Counseling Center, Center for Academic Achievement, as well as classrooms, Academic Technology, and the Pottruck Technology Resource Center.