From spaces to funding to connections within the larger community, the Scott Center provides resources for the education of the whole person. Click on the resource list to the left to learn more.
Information about our facility
Our new Scott Center is at 46 South Street, next door to the Community Engagement interest house. (Click here to see a walking map from the main campus.) It provides a warm, spacious and wheelchair-accessible home for celebrations, meetings and gatherings of all kinds. The house is vegetarian only, so that everyone feels comfortable sharing the kitchen and equipment. We provide:
- full kitchen with industrial dishwasher
- large dining room that comfortably seats groups of up to 18
- meditation room
- screen porch with Adirondack chairs in the good weather
- sunny deck
- comfortable living room that seats groups up to 15
- fully handicapped accessible
Campus groups are welcome to schedule meetings and events here; please fill out and submit our Request to Schedule Use of 46 South Street Facilities, and contact Ellen McKay Jewett at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. You will need to come in prior to your first scheduled meeting to get an overview of the facility.
A Few of the Many Resources You'll Find
The Scott Center provides resources and support for the many student-led religious, spiritual, and contemplative groups to encourage opportunities for interfaith dialogue.