Nestled in the Green Mountains, the College of St. Joseph campus provides breathtaking views throughout the seasons. There’s something to discover at every corner of our 117 acre campus, which sits nearby both Pine Hill Park and vibrant downtown Rutland.
The center of our campus is St. Joseph Hall, our main academic building complete with commuter lounges, computer labs, science laboratories, and our spacious two-story Giorgetti Library.
St. Joseph Hall sits between Tuttle Hall and the Athletic Center. Tuttle Hall serves as the College’s student center and is home to a student lounge and game room. It houses our on-campus chapel, which helps nurture the spiritual growth of the CSJ community. Tuttle is also home to our 211-seat theater, which fills up when the college hosts guest speakers, conferences, workshops and other community-oriented events.
The Athletic Center is the place to be during the winter months, and offers a 1,000 seat gymnasium, where our men and women’s basketball and volleyball teams come to play. The Athletic Center is also home to a dance and aerobics room for dance and yoga classes, as well as a weight and fitness room.
The campus also includes a soccer and softball field, which hosts our home games.
On a hill behind St. Joseph Hall sit our two suite-style dorms: Roncalli and Medaille.
Roncalli is also home to our dining hall, the main eatery on campus that serves of a variety of entrees, soup, salad & sandwich bar, desserts and more daily. Students, faculty and staff can dine in the comfortable dining room or outdoor deck in the company of good friends.
Take a walk across the pond to get to Clementwood Mansion, an historic venue which serves as a meeting hub for special events, weddings and conferences, with conference space for use by both the college and local community.
At the heart of the CSJ community is the residential experience. On-campus living provides you with more than a place to hang your hat — it’s a home away from home.
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CSJ offers a variety of clubs and honor societies and has a student government. We encourage active student participation and welcome students to shape their campus life by starting new clubs.