Room for every idea. Resources for every goal.
Moore's beautiful urban campus is located right in the center of it all, on the historic Benjamin Franklin Parkway. With two main buildings, Wilson Hall and Sarah Peter Hall, and two residence halls, Stahl and Sartain, our campus feels spacious, airy and bright, and also completely manageable and easy to navigate.
Study in one of our comfortable lounge areas or curl up by the fireplace in Jane's Corner, where you can grab a bite to eat with your friends. There are also three outdoor courtyard spaces and Aviator Park right across the street for outdoor gatherings.
Our main campus buildings on Race Street offer a world of facilities and resources to fuel your creative drive. Here are just a few:
Relax, read and research your way through a 50,000+ piece collection of journals, art books, magazines and archival materials in our newly redesigned, 21st-century library, featuring extensive online access to resources from around the world.
The Fab Lab's 3D printers, laser cutter and engraver, digital embroidery machine and CNC Router provide advanced technology for creating a variety of objects.
A great place for printing large-format print jobs, right here on campus.
MARGARET MINIK WRITERS STUDIO
A comfortable place for you to learn, write and meet with peers and professional writing staff.
This room is filled with books of fabric and finishes in a variety of colors and styles that will fuel your imagination.
Your Campus Cheat Sheet
Wondering how to find the places you'll need to visit most often? We've got you covered.
Our Ground Floor hosts many lounge and dining spaces, including the Dining Hall, Fox Commons and Jane's Corner, right next to the Moore Café. It's also where you'll find large gathering spaces like Graham Auditorium and the Great Hall. And don't forget the six public exhibition spaces of The Galleries at Moore, plus the Student Run Gallery.
Sarah Peter Hall
Many classes are held in Sarah Peter Hall, which connects directly with Wilson Hall via the ground and fourth floors. On the first floor, you'll spend a lot of time researching and writing in the Connelly Library and Margaret Minik Writers Studio. Head to the third floor to check out the Materials Library, and the sixth floor to visit the Fab Lab and Photo Cage.
In the basement, you'll find our Print Center, Woodshop and Ceramics Studio. It's a place to get your hands dirty and to access resources for making art and design objects, for class and for your own practice. It's also where you'll find several computer labs and where our IT Department works.
In addition to hosting residences on campus (our other residence hall is Sartain, located a block away from the main campus on Cherry Street), you'll find Student Affairs and Student Health Services on the ground floor—very noteworthy. Also, it's where you pick up your student ID and your mail!