We're committed to providing students the resources and facilities they need to become tomorrow's leaders.

At Dickinson, a sense of place has always mattered. Buildings and grounds are more than walls and lawns. They house our experiences and provide structure to who we are as individuals and as a community.

To that end, we launched the most ambitious campus-enhancement effort in college history in 2012, embarking on five construction projects aimed at expanding and improving facilities for academics, athletics and student life.


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Interdisciplinary Greenhouse

Interdisciplinary Greenhouse

The Dr. Inge P. Stafford Greenhouse for Teaching and Research includes three independent research zones, a general-use greenhouse area a and climate-controlled laboratory. Completed fall 2012.


Durden Athletic Training Center

Durden Athletic Training Center

The new two-story, 22,000-square-foot athletics-training center features strength-training and sports-medicine facilities as well as pro-style locker rooms. Completed January 2014.


Kline Center Expansion

Kline Center Expansion

The Kline Center expansion will provide a new, larger fitness center, a five-court squash center, a café, an outdoor sport court and more. Scheduled completion: summer 2014.


Rector Science Complex Expansion

Rector Science Complex Expansion

The Rector Science Complex unites the all of the college's science departments, providing more than 20,000 square feet of state-of-the-art research and teaching space. Completed fall 2013.


Phyllis Joan Miller Memorial Field

Phyllis Joan Miller Memorial Field

Located at Dickinson Park, the new home of the men's and women's varsity soccer teams boasts a natural-grass field, seating for 500 spectators, energy-efficient lights,a new scoreboard and team shelters. Completed fall 2012.