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Soak in Babson’s idyllic New England setting. From tree-lined streets to sprawling green lawns to sparkling dorms, here’s a list of all your stops to get you started. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your tour.
1. Trim Dining Hall
Trim Dining Hall serves a wide range of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Next door, Roger’s Pub & Grille offers a casual restaurant option for lunch and dinner.
2. Kerry Murphy Healey Park
Dedicated in Fall 2019, Kerry Murphy Healey Park celebrates Babson’s long-standing commitment to global diversity and impact—featuring the Babson Globe.
3. & 4. Residence Halls
Park Manor West and Park Manor South are two of the six residence halls freshmen may live in. Park Manor West—the newest in the Park Manor Quad—includes the Schlesinger Innovation Center.
5. The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship
The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship is the center of entrepreneurship on campus, also home to The Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurship, established in 2019.
6. Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex
Opened in Fall 2019, the Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex (BRAC) boasts 75,000 square feet of space, a two-story fitness area, state-of-the-art weight room, studio spaces, and three courts for rec sports.
7. Horn Library and Babson Commons
Horn Library was renovated and expanded in 2019 to include the new Babson Commons—a beautiful, light-filled space for use by students, that includes a four-season garden.
8. Reynolds Campus Center
Reynolds Campus Center is the hub of campus, with multiple grab-and-go dining options, the mail room, study spaces, the campus store, and sustainability office.
9. Hollister Hall
Hollister Hall includes the Center for Career Development, the Glavin Office of Multicultural and International Education, Health Services, the Office of Academic Services, and Student Financial Services.
10. Weissman Foundry
Opened in Fall of 2018, the Weissman Foundry is an innovative space that includes student project workspaces, prototyping resources, experiential teaching spaces, social kitchen, and more.
11. Athletic Fields
Babson hosts 22 NCAA Division III athletics teams and numerous intramural teams, most of whom practice and play on our expansive athletic fields.
Hear from your Tour Guide one last time. We hope you connected with Nicole’s stories!
Thanks for Visiting!
That's the end of your tour. You may loop back down Map Hill Drive and take a right at the stop sign to exit campus. Or revisit one of the spots on the tour. On the way out, picture yourself at Babson!