Student Life & Housing
Gutenberg College and its two auxiliary institutes, McKenzie Study Center and Art Project, are housed in a beautiful 17,000-square-foot brick building built in 1939 as a sorority. The building also houses the Puccinelli Art Gallery and sixteen to twenty residents, who reside in separate halls for men and women. Classrooms, offices, a library, a community living room, a kitchen, and an on-site laundry facility are also located in the building. Outside, a lovely landscaped yard surrounds the building, and a raised-bed garden plot is available for residents’ use. Gutenberg sometimes leases houses near the college building to provide additional housing for Gutenberg’s Residence Program.
Gutenberg College maintains the intimacy of a small community environment while accessing a variety of resources within short distances. Opportunities abound for educational experiences, cultural entertainment, sporting events, recreational activities, outdoor excursions, and even good cups of coffee.
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