80727971747540707643774439785069« Lunder Undergraduate5464547231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457Admission CenterSTOP7351564857Woodland Hills58STOP68230453282332416STOP86627292625DRIVING TOUR STOPS933HC634141011STOP 3. Park Manor SouthDSTOP11131584I12STOP 5. Arthur M. Blank Centerfor Entrepreneurship818STOP 6. Babson Recreation and AthleticsComplex (Brac)81GSTOP 7. Babson Commons and Horn Library17F19STOP 9. Hollister HallESTOP 10. Weissman FoundrySTOP 11. Athletic Fields12/20 ENRLMKT1-141865510BSTOP 4. Park Manor West andInnovation Space367STOP 2. Kerry Murphy Healey ParkSTOP 8. Reynolds Campus Center2Public SafetyCheck-InSTOPSTOP 1. Trim Dining Hall1STOPA62STOP29STOP3283616054STOP64347MAIN ENTRANCE59STOP21STOP6755680125250500 FeetLower Fields
Campus Map LegendBUILDINGS21 Babson Hall*33 Babson ExecutiveConference Center*68 Babson Skating Rink*48 Blank Center*19 Boston Sports Club*39 Bryant Hall*10 Canfield Hall4 Central Services15 Coleman Hall*59 Cruickshank Alumni Hall*2 Forest Hall*3 Forest Hall Annex23 Gerber Hall*27 Glavin Chapel*9 Hollister Building*28 Horn Library*, Babson Commons,and Cutler Center29 Horn Computer Center*11 Keith Hall16 Kerry Murphy Healey Park44 Knight Auditorium*24 Kriebel Hall**Handicap AccessPARKING LOTS47 Luksic Hall*50 Lunder UndergraduateAdmission Center atMustard Hall45 Malloy Hall*81 Mandell Family Hall*56 Mattos Hall13 McCullough Hall57 Millea Hall*60 Nichols Building*46 Olin Hall* (GraduateAdmission Center)53 Park Manor South54 Park Manor Central55 Park Manor North82 Park Manor West &Innovation Center*14 Pietz Hall*58 Post Office*6 Public Safety Building12 Putney Hall*25 Reynolds Campus Center*26 Sorenson Center for the Arts*5 Sullivan Building*51 Tomasso Hall*7 Trim Dining Hall &Roger’s Pub18 Van Winkle Hall*30 Webster Center andBabson Recreation andAthletics Complex84 Weissman Foundry40 Westgate Hall*70 Woodland Hill 171 Woodland Hill 272 Woodland Hill 2A73 Woodland Hill 374 Woodland Hill 475 Woodland Hill 576 Woodland Hill 677 Woodland Hill 778 Woodland Hill 879 Woodland Hill 980 Woodland Hill 1083 Woodside8 Lot T - Trim17 Lot C - Coleman32 Parking Deck34 Lot E - BECC43 Lot K - Knight61 Lot N - Nichols62 Lot F - Forest63 Lot H - Hollister64 Lot P - Webster65 Lot S - Sullivan66 Lot W - Woodland Hills67 Lot Y - Bryant69 Lot L - Lunder AdmissionsATHLETIC FIELDSA MacDowell FieldB Isbrandtsen Practice FieldC Hartwell-Rogers FieldD Alumni Softball FieldE Harrington Rugby PitchF Govoni Baseball FieldG Tennis CourtsH Barefoot ParkI Lorber Park
Babson College Drive Thru TourHello and welcome to the Babson Drive-Thru Tour. I know this is a unique situation, but we are soexcited that you chose to visit our campus. My name is Nicole Johns and I am a sophomore hereat Babson.I live in Massachusetts, so I’m not far from home, but I love staying on campus. I’m a tour guidehere on campus and I also work in the undergraduate admissions office. I will be joining thecross country team in the fall, and I am so excited. Babson has been a very welcoming and kindcommunity, and I really enjoyed my first year here. But, enough about me. I want to bring youthrough Babson and tell you why it is so great.Your first stop will be Trim Dining Hall, which is number 7 on the map. It will be on your lefthand side on the corner of College Drive and Map Hill Drive. Please stay straight on College Drive.STOP1Trim Dining HallWelcome to Trim Dining Hall. Trim Dining Hall is the only dining hall on campus andserves up delicious meals seven days a week. Trim is also home to some pretty famousBabson traditions from Late Night Breakfast to Tackle the Table. I feel like there’s alwayssomething for me to eat whenever I go here. Also, directly connected to Trim, you will findRoger’s Pub, another place students can eat on campus. And, if you’re 21 years or older,you can enjoy a beverage at the bar.Your next stop will be Kerry Murphy Healey Park. Here, you will see a large globe that youjust absolutely cannot miss, and it will be on your right, and it’s number 16 on the map.STOP2Kerry Murphy Healey ParkHere, we have Kerry Murphy Healey Park. Did you know that there are over 77 differentcountries represented and over 55 different languages spoken on our campus? There arenormally flags representing all of our students surrounding this park. Our communityreflects the world at large. Here, you’ll live with friends from other countries, joinclubs with students who are the first in their family to attend college, celebrate others’identities, and learn alongside peers with different perspectives. I personally love theculture that I’m surrounded by, and it’s so eye-opening to be within such a community.STOP3& 4Residence HallsYour next stop will be Park Manor South, which is the resident hall on the right andnumber 53 on the map. Next to that, you will see Park Manor West and the innovationspace, which is number 82 on the map.Park Manor South and Park Manor West are just two of six residence halls that you maylive in as a freshman. Behind them, there’s a large grass area we like to call The Quad,where a lot of our students like to meet and hang out. We also have a club fair here when231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457
you first get to campus in the fall and you get to see every club that Babson has to offer.Of course, I signed up for, like, 10 clubs and only really got to do the few that I had timefor, but I’m definitely glad I got the chance to see what each club is like and to see whatreally interested me.STOP5Arthur M. Blank Center For EntrepreneurshipYour next stop will be the Arthur Blank Center. Please proceed up College Drive and thentake a right down Lunder Way. The Arthur Blank Center will be number 47 on the map.The Lunder Admissions Office is number 50. And, Olin Hall, our graduate school, isnumber 46.Here, we have the Arthur M. Blank Center. Arthur M. Blank, graduate of ’63, is a founder,a doer, a leader, and a philanthropist. Best known as the co-founder of The Home Depotand the owner of the Atlanta Falcons, he has a broad family of businesses, as well as afamily foundation. Blank also is a member of Babson College’s Academy of DistinguishedEntrepreneurs, and is a proud alumnus who believes in the power of giving back. Thisyear, Mr. Blank provided Babson with a 50 million grant, which helps establish theArthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Prior to this major gift, the ArthurM. Blank Center was established on campus. The mission of the Arthur M. Blank Centeris to accelerate new ventures of all kinds by providing Babson’s emerging entrepreneursaccess to the opportunities, community, and critical resources that they need. They ignitethe exchange of innovative ideas that will shape the future of entrepreneurship throughour research and through leadership. Even if you don’t want to become an entrepreneuron your own, you will definitely get to experience what it’s like to start a business ina flagship class—Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship, better known asFME. As a freshman, I got to be the co-CEO of a business and learn what it’s truly like torun one. This is definitely an experience unique to Babson, and I’m so glad that this issomething we get to do.STOP6Babson Recreation And Athletics Complex (Brac)Now, please loop back around and take a right back onto College Drive. Your next stop willbe the Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex, better known as BRAC, as well as theWebster Athletic Center, which will both now be on your left and number 30 onthe map.Opening last fall, Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex, otherwise known as BRAC,is a state-of-the-art facility which includes a large new fitness recreation space andmultipurpose rooms for recreation and a range of other uses. BRAC is a really coolplace because anyone on campus can find something for them, and they can fit it intotheir own schedule. For varsity athletics, BRAC includes dedicated team rooms for eachvarsity sport, an improved sports medicine area, and improved administrative spaces tosupport athletics. BRAC is really a place for anyone who wants to stay active and have funregardless if it’s on a competitive level or just reaching personal goals. I would say thatthis is my favorite place to be on campus.231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457
STOP7Babson Commons and Horn LibraryNow, once you have seen BRAC, please turn around in the Knight Lot on the right andproceed down College Drive. Your next stop will be the Babson Commons and HornLibrary, which will be on your right-hand side and number 28 on the map.Babson Commons is a place for students to come together and is the gateway to the HornLibrary. Horn Library offers countless resources that I would say every student shouldtake advantage of once they get to campus. At the center of the Commons is the Bala IyerGarden, which creates an amazing space for students to gather and to catch up or meetabout an upcoming project. As a Babson student, there will be a lot of group projects.Also found here, is the Steven D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance. And, don’tforget about Centennial Café, which is home to Starbucks. Once you get to campus you’lldefinitely see the large debate between Starbucksand Dunkin’ Donuts.STOP8Reynolds Campus CenterBut, now if you continue to head down College Drive you will then see our student unioncenter—Reynolds Campus Center. This is number 25 on the map.The Reynolds Campus Center, which many of our students call Reys, is home to ourStudent Life Division, a Dunkin’ Donuts, campus store, and so much more. Many studentslike to meet with friends or student organizations over coffee. This building is prettymuch always open, so I feel like I always see a friendly familiar face here. This is alsoa very popular place to get food during the day or even late in the evening during LateNight Reys.STOP9Hollister HallNext stop is Hollister Hall, which is actually connected to the side of Reys. This building isnumber nine on the map and on the corner of the three-way stop sign.Hollister is home to the Office of Academic Services, Student Financial Services, theGlavin Office of Multicultural and International Education, and so much more. This iswhere you will find all the support you need as a student at Babson. The Hoffman FamilyCenter for Career Development is also here, and I recommend that you stop by when youcome to campus to stay in the loop about resumes, internships, and your future careerpaths. They are a very important resource. This is also the building where I had my firstFreshman Seminar and where I met a lot of my first friends on campus, so it definitelyhas a special place in my heart.231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457
STOP10Weissman FoundryNow, please take a right at the stop sign down Map Hill Drive. Continue until you see theWeissman Foundry on your right. This is number 84 on your map.The Weissman Foundry provides a maker space for Babson, Olin, and Wellesley collegestudents to collaborate in research, art and design, academic and entrepreneurialstartups to innovate, experiment, and build. This is a lot of students’ favorite building oncampus and is definitely a cool spot to check out. There are a lot of workshops held herethat allow you to meet new people and learn how to use the resources the building offers.Probably my favorite thing I did here was a Crepe Night, where I got to meet women fromall three schools and we attempted to cook together.STOP11Athletic FieldsNext, please drive up the hill you see on your right and go to the right loop aroundColeman Hall, which is number 15 on your map. As you loop around, you will see theathletic fields in the back.Home to 22 varsity athletic teams, the athletic fields are where our teams practice andplay, also where our students come to cheer on their classmates in Defending the Dam.Our varsity teams compete in NCAA Division III and have much success consistentlycompeting in Final Four Tournaments and winning five NCAA championships so far. Yes!Go Babo!Now, please head back down the hill, and Van Winkle Hall, which is number 18 on yourmap, will be on your right as you head down. Now, make your way down Map Hill Drivetoward the stop sign near the Main Entrance and exit the campus.Lastly, I just want to say thank you for coming to visit Babson’s campus today.Again, I know it’s not the way you may have liked to tour campus, but I hopethat my perspective of Babson helped you have a better idea of what campusmay be like. Babson has an incredible community that I am so thankful to bea part of, and I very much hope to see you on campus again. I hope you have awonderful rest of your day and that you have safe travels home. Bye!231 Forest Street, Babson Park, MA 02457
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