Bryant's 435-acre campus is an inspired combination of contemporary architecture and the traditional beauty of the New England landscape.

Catch the Vibe

Visit for just a few hours, and you’ll feel the buzz of students greeting friends while hurrying to class, studying in groups at Krupp Library, and catching up over coffee. You'll see how purposefully our campus is put together, with facilities that are thoughtfully designed to meet academic and residential needs while encouraging a lively mind and spirit. 

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But when you need a break from the action, you'll find space to rest and renew. Our sheltering trees, lush lawns and scenic pond in the heart of campus provide plenty of space for daydreaming—just be sure you don't walk under the Archway until commencement. Every fall, the changing leaves surround you with a breathtaking beauty you can only find in New England. And winter typically brings a snowy landscape that equally invites peaceful reflection and snowball fights.

The Unistructure
The modern, functional Unistructure houses most of our administrative and academic functions under one roof. Its focal point is the two-story domed Koffler Rotunda, the central gathering place for the Bryant community.

The Academic Innovation Center
The AIC inspires design thinking and creative problem-solving in a bright and spacious environment, with features including:

  • Tiered classrooms that encourage debate and build critical thinking and communication skills

  • Flat classrooms that support flexible teaching styles and collaboration

  • The 4,000-square-foot Innovation Forum

  • 25 breakout rooms and a full-service cafe

Prospective students and their families start their campus tours at the AIC’s Welcome Center and admission presentation room.

The George E. Bello Center for Information and Technology
The 72,000-square-foot Bello Center exemplifies Bryant's global interconnectedness and commerce. It features:

  • The Heidi and Walter Stepan Grand Hall, for exhibitions, receptions and lectures

  • The C.V. Starr Financial Markets Center, a simulated trading floor providing real-world conditions and scenarios

  • A dozen Bloomberg terminals, giving students access to real-time financial data and news on markets around the world — and offering a real-world financial investment industry experience

  • High-speed computers and wireless connectivity

  • Classrooms and 13 team study rooms

  • Meeting and study spaces

  • Presentation technologies, scanning, and digitization equipment

  • The Bulldog Bytes Cafe

  • Laptop Central, the student IT help desk and laptop repair center

  • The Douglas and Judith Krupp Library

The Douglas and Judith Krupp Library
The Krupp Library is a dynamic learning environment that merges traditional library services with extraordinary technologies. Featuring all the assets of the Bello Center, it also holds more than 250,000 print and digital books, periodicals and journals students can borrow or use.

At the Krupp Library, you'll find:

  • 70 computer workstations with access to more than 50 computer software packages

  • Laptops, Kindles® and iPads® for limited loan periods

  • Study areas for individual and group projects

  • Electronic resources including databases such as LEXIS/NEXIS Academic Universe, Proquest, EBSCO, Mergent Online, ARTstor, and the Value Line Research Center

  • Global and local interlibrary resource loan

Professional reference librarians assist with traditional and electronic resources — not only in person, but via chat, text messaging, email or telephone, too.

Elizabeth and Malcolm Chace Wellness and Athletic Center
The Wellness Center, modeled after private-sector health clubs, is a hub of health and recreational activities for the entire Bryant community. The two-story center includes a six-lane pool, a multi-windowed 9,000-square-foot fitness center, The Eannarino Family Aerobics and Group Exercise Studio, and four locker rooms. The bright and airy atrium of the Mike '67 and Karen Fisher Lobby creates an inviting main entrance to the entire complex. And don't miss the digital Wall of Fame!

Bryant's basketball teams play in the center's main arena, which can accommodate 2,700 spectators and houses two practice courts. Another wing houses athletic training facilities that include the latest in equipment for rehabilitation, physical therapy, and medical treatment; a video technology room; and offices for trainers, athletics directors and staff.

Strength and Conditioning Center
Our new 10,000-square-foot center ensures that every student-athlete trains in the most biomechanically sound manner possible. It includes weightlifting stations, workout areas, a nutrition station, and an indoor turf sprint area.

The center serves more than 550 Bryant student-athletes across 22 Division I sports, as well as members of intramural and club sports teams. It is large enough so that entire teams can deploy their time efficiently and work out together in one rotation.

Conaty Indoor Athletic Center
Bryant athletes benefit from a year-round enclosed and heated venue for all field sports. The 79,000-square-foot center encloses a full-sized, 120-yard football turf field as well as locker rooms, storage, and mechanical space. We are New England's only NCAA Division I school offering such best-in-class indoor facilities, enabling members of the Bulldog men’s and women’s lacrosse, golf, football, baseball, softball, soccer and field hockey teams to prepare during even the harshest weather.

Athletic Fields and Outdoor Facilities

Thirty-five acres of athletic and recreational fields include tennis courts, a 400-meter track, a 3.2-mile cross-country course, and playing fields for baseball, soccer, football, softball, rugby, lacrosse and field hockey.

Beirne Stadium, an outdoor 4,400-seat facility, hosts the football, soccer and lacrosse teams.

Conaty Park features a first-class Division I baseball and softball complex as well as a golf tee and putting green. 

Artificial Turf Field

This is the home field for our field hockey team. Bordered by the outdoor all-weather track, and adjacent to the recently updated tennis courts, the turf field serves as a practice facility for all varsity outdoor teams. The lighted field is also available for club sports, intramurals and night activities.

Inside the Koffler Center, you'll find our state-of-the-art Communications Complex, complete with a 3,000-square-foot television studio and a dedicated radio studio. Open well into evenings and weekends, the Complex is a buzzing hub of connective learning.

(Did you know? Our broadcast journalism program recently was ranked No. 3 in the U.S. by College Magazine.)

The television studio broadcasts on campus, serving as a pre- and post-production training ground for communications majors or minors—or any member of the Bryant community who wants hands-on experience with video production. The television studio has a control room, three advanced multimedia editing/support rooms and a multimedia classroom.

The radio studio houses WJMF, Bryant's student-run radio station. WJMF broadcasts worldwide online and locally on 88.7HD2. Gain DJ experience, on-air confidence and broadcast technology skills.