+ Facilities – Hobart and William Smith Colleges \


Rosenberg Hall

Rosenberg Hall is a 35,000-square-foot research and teaching building offering the latest in scientific facilities and equipment, and the adjacent Napier Classroom Center provides four modern classrooms available for use by all departments of the Colleges. A Macintosh microcomputer laboratory is in the lower level of Rosenberg Hall. The laboratory contains 24 Apple iMac computers, which are completely networked and contain various software applications, and are connected to an HP printer.

Goldstein Family Carriage House

Recently renovated and financed in part by a gift from the Sheldon and Ruth Goldstein Foundation, the Carriage House boasts a digital imaging lab and a photo studio with a dark room for black and white photography.

Goldstein Family Carriage House

Rosensweig Learning Commons

Located just inside the Warren Hunting Smith Library is the Rosensweig Learning Commons. This high-tech space has more than 130 computers with the availability of both Mac and Windows platforms, nine LCD screens, six copier/printer/scanner/fax capable machines, two Smart Boards and two computer projectors. Nearly every piece of furniture on the first floor is wired for power and connectivity so that students can flexibly move from space to space with laptops.
Rosensweig Learning Commons

Gearan Center for the Performing Arts:
Fish Screening Room

The Fish Screening Room is an 825-square-foot film room that seats 60. The space features a theatre-quality projection, sound and screen. It can be used for teaching, as an activity space and as a community engagement space.

Gearan Center for the Performing Arts: Fish Screening Room