Building a better future

Thoughtful renovation nurtures innovation.

Claire T. Carney Library
The award-winning Claire T. Carney Library is a lively learning center with state-of-the-art resources.

Paul Rudolph had a vision for the UMass Dartmouth campus more than 50 years ago. As with all visions, it must be updated, reinvented, and renovated to remain relevant.

Consider UMass Dartmouth’s Claire T. Carney Library. It has won numerous architectural awards for taking an outdated structure and reimagining a campus intellectual hub that attracts students, faculty, staff, and the community.

And there’s more happening on campus. The new Charlton Learning Pavilion Technology Center and atrium draw students in and keep them engaged.

Student life areas like the new game room in the Campus Center or the Birch Grill in the Woodland residence complex are gathering spots that help build community.

The Hall-Hildreth IDEAStudio continues to evolve as technologies and student needs are identified and met.

Students and faculty member at the Charlton Learning Pavilion
The Technology Center in the Charlton Learning Pavilion provides finance and business students with the latest technology.
Hall-Hildreth IDEAStudio
The Hall-Hildreth IDEAStudio provides technology that inspires students to innovate across disciplines.
Students in the Birch Grill
Birch Grill is a very popular spot for students, even late at night.

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