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Academic Affairs and Outreach

If you're not sure where to start, start here! The Office for Academic Affairs and Outreach is your hub for advising and career advice, student engagement, the Arts Ambassadors, and more. If it's about your life as an A&A student, it's here.

Advanced Geometric Modeling Lab

The Advanced Geometric Modeling Lab provides high-end machines to enable the development of advanced geometric models and rendered images of building and sites for visualization and presentation purposes.

Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library

Located in 111 Stuckeman Family Building, the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library supports study and research in architecture and landscape architecture and their histories from 1850 to the present. The library is part of Penn State University Libraries.

Borland Project Space

The Borland Project Space (BPS) illuminates the vibrant research culture of the College of Arts & Architecture. With this initiative we move beyond traditional notions of exhibition, performance, and scholarly programming to reveal the processes and procedures of “arts research,” which are frequently hidden from view.

Computational Textiles Lab

The Computational Textiles Lab, or SOFTLAB, in the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing is a research group in which faculty and students examine how lightweight and soft computational materials and computational textiles are made and /or manufactured, how the material...

DArt Design Studio

The DArt Design Studio provides workstations equipped with the latest versions of digital video, desktop publishing, 3-D rendering, website authoring, animation, multimedia, graphic, and audio software, as well as large format printing, physical computing, sound recording, and rapid prototyping facilities.


The digiFAB lab is the home for digital fabrication equipment that is used for design and research projects by faculty and students in Stuckeman School and School of Visual Arts.

Eisenhower Auditorium

Eisenhower Auditorium, with a seating capacity of 2,500, is Penn State’s primary theatrical performance space. Opened in 1974 and later named for former University President Milton S. Eisenhower, the modern-style venue hosts hundreds of events each year. Most Center for...