Extraordinary Campus and Facilities
With a beautiful campus in a great location near one of the world’s top cultural centers, Lafayette has advanced and fully-equipped academic facilities that are well suited to new curricular initiatives and to the evolving demands of research as an important part of undergraduate education. Arts and athletic facilities have also expanded in recent years on the campus and in the community to the benefit of students and local citizens.
A Nobel Prize winner. A new police chief. Former residents of a low-income housing complex. Hundreds of academics and practitioners worldwide, committed to healthier relationships among national, regional, and local governments. All these individuals have been united by the Robert B. and Helen S. Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government. The […]
The flowers are blooming. The temperature is warm. Students are hanging out on the Quad. Spring has arrived at Lafayette. Check out a photo gallery of spring campus images.
For Susan Grunewald ’11 (Wilton, Conn.), graduation will be a little bittersweet. “I wanted to live in a community where I could expand my knowledge of other cultures. I’ll be sad when I have to move out for the last time in May. The C.H.A.N.C.E. floor feels like a real home to me.” Located on […]
Julia Brodsky ’13 (East Meadow, N.Y.), a neuroscience major, and Taylor Miller ’13 (Glenside, Pa.), a geology and art double major, love cooking. As first-year students, they could often be found in the lounge of Ruef Hall, cooking up delectable dishes and filling the halls with enticing aromas of baked goods. “We started investing in […]
If you’re an art enthusiast at Lafayette, you need to check out Parsons Street. Since 1987, Parsons Street has been a vital part of the College’s flourishing art scene, mainly because it’s the home of the Arts Society. In fact, 15 Arts Society members currently live in five Arts Houses on Parsons Street, behind the […]