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Alpha House, the Early Childhood Center, is situated on Grant Avenue, east of Frankford Avenue. Alpha House is available as an outside observation site for early childhood students as well as a resource and laboratory for all education majors. Alpha House is also a resource for the community. The nursery school and kindergarten is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and is staffed by certified teachers.
Andalusia houses the Offices of Development, Alumni Relations and Parents, and Marketing and Communications.
Aquinas Hall, located in the center of the Northeast Campus, is a building housing the School of Business Administration faculty offices, a classroom, and a conference room.
Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Campus Center at the Northeast Philadelphia Campus and the first floor of the Newtown location.
Campus Center houses a chapel, classrooms, a full-service cafeteria, late-night computer lab, a 1,000 seat gymnasium, including an indoor running track, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an infirmary, University Bookstore, lounges, and Student Life offices. The building serves as the hub of campus activity.
Center for Academic Enhancement is located on the second floor of the University Library and Room 135 at the Newtown location. The Center for Academic Enhancement provides academic support services.
Center for Visitor Exchange Program is housed in the Human Resources Department, Room 209 in Holy Family Hall.
Counseling Center, located in the Campus Center, Rooms 220-223, provides confidential counseling and referral services as well as disability services.
Computer Laboratories are located in Rooms 206, 208, and 411 of Holy Family Hall, four locations in the Education and Technology Center, Room 205 of the Campus Center, and the main floor of the University Library providing electronic resources for students. Wireless network access is also available throughout the campus buildings and student residential halls. Open laboratory hours are available.
Delaney Hall provides residential facilities for the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth who are engaged in various ministries at the University.
Duplex Apartments are located adjacent to the campus on Frankford Avenue. The University’s duplex apartments offer a more independent living environment. Each air-conditioned apartment contains two bedrooms–a single and a double bedroom – plus a large living and dining room, a full kitchen, and one bathroom. Laundry facilities are located in the basement and shared between two apartments. Cable TV and internet are available but not included in housing costs.
Education & Technology Center contains eight general classrooms, four computer labs with 25 personal computers in each, and five classrooms specially designed to model primary and secondary classroom instruction for the University’s education students. Additionally, the facility contains a 200-seat auditorium, three conference rooms, teacher resource room, café, chapel, student and faculty lounges, and faculty and administrative offices. It also contains classroom, studio, and gallery space for the University’s Art program.
Garden Residence, located on Grant Avenue, provides apartment-style living for upperclassmen. The building houses about 44 students in variously designed four-person apartments. Each apartment includes two bathrooms, a large living room, full kitchen and washer and dryer.
Graduate Admissions Office is located in Room 102 of Holy Family Hall and serves prospective graduate students.
Holy Family Hall, the main academic building, contains classrooms, science, computer and language laboratories, a major lecture hall, a communications suite, and administrative and faculty offices.
Nurse Education Building is a four-story classroom and office facility; it includes a nursing simulation and practice laboratory located on the 3rd floor.
Saint Joseph’s Hall, located in the center of campus, offers students a traditional style residence hall focused on developing community and interaction. Renovated in 2005, the four-story residence hall is co-ed, with single gender floors. Saint Joseph’s Hall has 24-hour security in the building and is accessible for students with disabilities. This residence hall is ideal for freshmen and some sophomores new to the campus.
Stevenson Lane Residence, located on Stevenson Lane, offers contemporary campus housing. The first phase was completed for occupancy in Fall 2009 and accommodates 148 students. Suites contain two double bedrooms that share a common area and a bathroom. Each floor has a study lounge, TV lounge, kitchen, and laundry room. The building offers a wide variety of common spaces such as entertainment lounges, game room, and a fitness room. Stevenson Lane Residence is accessible for students with disabilities and provides some single rooms as well.
Undergraduate Admissions Center, located on the southwest corner of Grant and Frankford Avenues, serves prospective students and houses the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
University Library serves the research and information needs of the University community through online research databases, periodicals, books and audiovisual materials, and a curriculum library. These resources are supplemented by intercampus and interlibrary loan services. In addition, the Library offers wireless network access and a computer lab for the use of students and teaching librarians. Several study rooms are also available for small student groups.
The newly-renovated Northeast Philadelphia Campus Library works in tandem with the Newtown Learning Resource Center (LRC). Materials at either location may be borrowed by any student and may be returned to either library. Holy Family’s Woodhaven location has no library within its space; students at Woodhaven are encouraged to use the Library at the nearby Northeast Philadelphia Campus.
The Library’s online catalog, online research databases, and information pertaining to additional offerings are available via the library website at www.holyfamily.edu/library.
University Archives are located in the Northeast Philadelphia Campus Library. Inactive files of the administrative offices, departments, committees, campus clubs and associations, and the private papers of the University community are deposited here. The use of these materials is limited to administrative offices for research and to others with permission from appropriate University officers. Arrangements must be made in advance for use of materials; as a rule, these items may not be borrowed. Copies of materials may be made at the expense of the researcher.