North Hall is an historic landmark in downtown Pottstown, having served as a brewery, mattress factory, grocery store, knitting mill and shoe polish factory. Renovated in 2005, it now houses the University Center, 18 classrooms, art, music and dance studios, faculty offices, and a beautiful public art gallery.
The Sustainability & Innovation Hub
Set on a three-acre brownfield site, this former PECO generating station has been transformed into a multipurpose and multifaceted resource for the College and community. The first floor houses an aquaponics and hydroponics lab where students: build hydroponics units; grow tomatoes, strawberries, kale, lettuce, and hops, and participate in non-credit courses focusing on hydroponics gardening.
The second floor, Engineering and Design Space, is a clean technology area. It has been home to Robotics, a 3D designing and printing lab, and physics and engineering labs. In addition, the rooms are used for Solid Works 3D Software Certifications and non-credit Solid Works training.
Since the April 2016 opening, the third floor’s flexible and innovative space has held guest lecture seminars, meetings for both internal and external groups, poster sessions, the non-credit Software Development Academy, and the Immersion Essentials Science Camp.
South Hall serves as the main classroom facility at the College's Pottstown Campus, as well as the hub of student services. Here, you'll find Enrollment Services, Student Success Center, Library, Cafeteria, Student Leadership and Involvement, Public Safety, Health Careers Suite, and a Community Room on the first floor, along with classrooms, science and computer laboratories, and faculty and information technology offices on the second floor.
Hanover Street Building
Formerly used as a railroad baggage claim facility, this renovated building includes classrooms and offices utilized by the Workforce Development & Continuing Education Program, and Veterans Services.