Most Popular Places On Campus
McNeil Science and Technology Center
Athletic Recreation Center
Marvin Sampson Museum
More than 80 state-of-the-art laboratories, including the Center for Advanced Pharmacy Studies (CAPS), the first laboratory of its kind at any college of pharmacy nationwide. In September 2003, USP opened a new 78,000-square-foot athletic/recreation center that provides exercise and practice space for varsity and intramural sports as well as general recreational facilities. The new building, part of a $30 million campus expansion and beautification project, contains a 3,500-square-foot, three-lane swimming pool; additional classrooms and faculty offices; and space for student organizations to meet and for students to gather informally.
In August 2006, USP opened the McNeil Science and Technology Center, a three-story, 77,000-square-foot leading edge facility that reflects the University’s commitment to its innovative curriculum. The Center’s research laboratories and state-of-the-art-equipped support spaces will accommodate more undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral, and faculty researchers in biology, microbiology, physics, and other scientific fields. The Center features a 400-seat auditorium, classrooms, computer workrooms and other flexible space that supports innovative teaching and learning through multi-media technology. The Center’s two-story, light-filled commons provides a comfortable space for students to relax and study.
Most Popular Places Off Campus
Franklin Institute Science Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Betsy Ross House
Center City Philadelphia