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Learning Spaces

Whether it’s in a science lab, an art or dance studio, or outside on a warm day, learning can happen anywhere on our campus. The foundation of a PC educational experience is in the classroom. Our 90 classrooms are designed with an elevated and engaged teaching and learning experience in mind. Across campus, many classrooms are converted into collaboration centers through moveable furniture and cutting-edge technology – from smart screens to high-definition projection systems to white boards. Several of these rooms are designed for use across the disciplines. So, students studying marketing, music, chemistry, or classics are likely doing so in a contemporary environment focused on one thing – their success.​

New Science Complex

New on Campus: Science Complex

​Thousands of square feet of new classroom and lab space has been added to the College’s Science Complex. The completed complex will include more than 60,000 square feet of modernized laboratory space; technology-rich classrooms; a rooftop observatory that will double as an outdoor classroom; a computer modeling and computational lab; a microscopy suite; a student commons to encourage collaboration and conversation; and a detached greenhouse. ​​The Science Complex will greatly enhance the quality of teaching and research for students and faculty in our Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Psychology, and Engineering-Physics-Systems departments.


Featured Spaces on Campus

Arthur F. and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies

Ruane Center for the Humanities

Additional Classrooms & Arts Spaces