Main Campus: Fairfield, CT

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  • Cambridge
    Cambridge

    Cambridge houses the College of Health Professions classrooms and facilities, and offices of Alumni Relations & University Advancement. 

    7 Cambridge Drive
    Trumbull, CT 06611

  • Oakview
    Oakview

    Oakview houses Graphic Design & Visual Arts classes, and offices of Education & Fashion and Foundations & Grants.

    101 Oakview Drive 
    Trumbull, CT 06611
  • Christian Witness Commons

    Christian Witness Commons is home to more than 400 students, primarily sophomores, the Holy Grounds Café and a fitness center. 

  • WSHU Public Radio Station
    WSHU Public Radio Station

    WSHU Public Radio Station transmits National Public Radio and classical music to Fairfield, New Haven and New London Counties in Connecticut and Suffolk County in New York.

    www.wshu.org/
  • Ryan-Matura Library & Schine Auditorium
    The Ryan Matura Library holds over 140,000 materials in all formats as well as online access to other U.S. library collections. Refreshments are available in the Library Café.  The Schine Auditorium is located in the lower level of the library.
  • Administration Building
    Administration Building

    The Administrative building is home to the Office of the President, the Provost, and several academic departments. The right wing of the building houses the Media Studies classrooms and the Control Center.

  • Science Wing of Main Academic Building
    Science Wing of Main Academic Building

    Science Center Wing of Main Academic Building houses the Registrar, Student Accounts, Academic Advisement, Academic Support Services, Study Abroad, laboratories, classrooms and faculty offices.

  • Campus Info Center and Entrance
    Campus Info Center and Entrance

    Campus Information Center and Entrance at 5151 Park Avenue welcomes and directs visitors around campus.

  • Campus Center
    Campus Center
    The Campus Center connects the two academic buildings on campus. Here resides The Campus Center/Hawley Lounge, IT support, the Pioneer Food Court, Marketplace and Student Union. The Dean of Students and Student Life offices are on the upper level.
  • Chapel of the Holy Spirit

    Chapel of the Holy Spirit is a pivotal campus landmark serving as a powerful symbol of Sacred Heart’s Catholic identity.

  • Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts & The Gallery
    Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts & The Gallery
    Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts stages theatrical, musical and dance performances that are affordable and accessible to SHU students and the greater community.
    www.edgertoncenter.org/
  • University Commons, Atrium & Courtyard
    University Commons, Atrium & Courtyard

    University Commons is used for larger indoor events.  The Atrium & Courtyard is an outdoor gathering space featuring in ground wall seating, a small amphitheater for performances and a relaxing fountain as its centerpiece.

  • Humanities Center
    Humanities Center

    Humanities Center houses classrooms, faculty and staff offices, faculty lounge, computer labs, A/V department, the Student Radio Station (WHRT) and The Factory for laptop repairs.

  • Linda E. McMahon Student Commons
    Linda E. McMahon Student Commons features new dining facilities, the Career Development and Placement Center, the SHU bookstore, lounges and student meeting and presentation centers.
  • Park Avenue House
    Park Avenue House

    Park Avenue House is the former home to the University Wellness Center, which is now located across the street.

  • Roncalli Hall

    Roncalli Hall houses the John F. Welch College of Business and is home to 400 first and second year students who enjoy Roncalli’s suite-style accommodations.

  • Seton Hall
    Seton Hall, our largest residence hall on campus, houses 435 first-year students. Each floor features kitchen facilities, common study lounges and laundry facilities. 
  • Merton Hall
    Merton Hall is a six-story brick traditional residence hall for 340 first-year students, featuring a common lounge on each floor where students can study or simply relax.
  • Taft Commons
    Taft Commons is located 3 miles off campus and houses 110 students in apartment style housing. Each furnished apartment features three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and two bathrooms. Within the complex are laundry facilities and a community room.
  • Oakwood Apartments
    Oakwood Apartments, located 1 mile off campus, offer specialty housing for high-GPA students with exemplary student records. With some
    four-person units available, most Oakwood apartments house two students in one bedroom with ample living space in each unit.
  • Parkridge Apartments & Townhouses
    Parkridge Apartments and Townhouses are leased off-campus co-ed housing for upperclassmen. They provide residents with a unique style of community living.
  • Campus Field
    Campus Field
    The 3,500-seat, field turf surface is home to Sacred Heart University football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s field hockey and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams.
  • William H. Pitt Health & Recreation Center
    William H. Pitt Health & Recreation Center is a 141,000 square-foot complex that features a four-court sports arena and seating for over 2,000 spectators. 
  • Curtis Hall
    Curtis Hall

    Curtis Hall is home to the offices of Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions, Student Financial Assistance, and the department of Marketing and Communications.

  • Scholars Commons
    Scholars Commons consists of four buildings (Augustine Hall, Aquinas Hall, Avila Hall and Newman Hall) with ten garden-style apartments in each, housing 300 sophomore students.
  • President's House
    President's House

    University President's home

  • The Wellness Center

    The Health and Wellness Center opened at the start of the fall 2013 semester and includes 4 exam rooms, 2 conference rooms and additional offices to serve the acute health, medical and mental health needs of all students.

  • College of Business and Communication & Media Studies Building

    Future home of the John F. Welch College of Business and the Department of Communication & Media Studies.  Plans call for the building to be completed by the end of 2014.