Our campus is iconic and inspirational, and home to generations of students – while here and forever after. And your campaign dollars have always supported its renewal and regeneration.
Prior campaigns have allowed us to restore Dalton, Goodhart, Bettws-y-Coed and to create Cambrian Row. Now, through Defy Expectation, we seek to create modern facilities that match the ambitions of today’s students and faculty, and preserve our iconic and historically significant buildings.
You can already see your campaign dollars at work,
- Work is underway on the renovation of Park Science Center to maximize the existing structure with new teaching spaces, better student study spaces, to better support faculty research, and open up the building to showcase our STEM eminence.
- We are re-imagining our Health Center. The current Center, once known as the Infirmary, is housed in a 1912 building last renovated in the 1940s, and with a layout that is not conducive to today’s practice of serving the whole student – body, mind, and spirit. We seek to create a Wellness Center in a new building that allows us to modernize our medical and counseling services in support of our students overall wellbeing.
- We’ve inaugurated the new Perry Garden and begun restoration of the Taft and Sunken Gardens.
- The multi-year renovation of Great Hall has earned Bryn Mawr a Grand Jury Award from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia as “not only a model of excellence in stewardship by an academic institution, but also of innovative design techniques that balance preservation with the demands of modern building use.”
- With the completion of the as yet unnamed New Dorm, combined with the new Enid Cook ’31 Center, we’ve increased the College’s housing capacity by more than 50 students.