Virtual Tour of Campus
The College of Saint Mary Magdalen campus occupies 135 acres of pine and hardwood forest, open fields, gravel footpaths, and stone walls that are remnants of late nineteenth century farms. The buildings and layout of the campus are designed as a traditional New England village.
Our Lady, Queen of Apostles Chapel is the center of campus life. Built of red brick, with New Hampshire granite capstones that symbolize the four marks of the Church, the Chapel is a place of worship. Its simple and reverent design, with colorful faceted-glass windows, mosaic Stations of the Cross, and a near life-size crucifix directly above the tabernacle, helps to focus a worshipper's attention on Christ the Lord who is truly present. The Eucharistic Sacrifice is offered daily, and Benediction, Scripture meditations, and rosary take place on a regular basis.
2. St. Paul‘s Multi-Purpose Building
The main location of campus activity is the St. Paul‘s Multi-Purpose Building, a 35,000 square foot building with a brick–paved entrance and an old–fashioned cupola on the roof.
Located here are the dining room and kitchen; the student lounge; a 14,000 square foot gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, tennis, and other sports; the St. Augustine Library; and the Art Studio.
The dormitories on the campus, built with clapboard siding, brick, and shuttered windows, are a "home away from home" for the students enrolled at the College. St. Joseph‘s Residence for men has a large living room, a chaplet where Christ resides in the Blessed Sacrament, study areas, and laundry facilities. Each bedroom accommodates several students with bunk beds, wardrobes, storage spaces, and a bathroom. [Top]
Like St. Joseph‘s Residence, St. Mary‘s Residence for women has a large living room, a chaplet where Christ resides in the Blessed Sacrament, study areas, and laundry facilities. Each bedroom accommodates several students with bunk beds, wardrobes, storage space, and a bathroom.
This level playing field adjacent to St. Paul‘s Multi–Purpose Building is used for soccer, volleyball, flag football, and many other activities.
The observatory is located at the corner of the athletic field and is used for the Astronomy tutorial.
8. Mary Magdalen Shrine
The shrine to the patroness of the College, Saint Mary Magdalen, is located at the entrance of the College. The statue was created by a local artist and was dedicated in 1991.
9. Immaculate Heart of Mary Shrine
Nestled in a garden outside the Chapel, this shrine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary is dedicated to the memory of Father Charles Fiore, a long time friend and benefactor of the College.