The campus of East Stroudsburg University includes 65 buildings located on approximately 256 acres in East Stroudsburg Borough and Smithfield Township.
Forty-six acres of the property in Smithfield Township are leased to University Properties, Inc., which constructed University Ridge, a stunning six-building student apartment complex with 541 beds on 43 acres, and to the Visiting Nurses Association, which built a six-bed Hospice House on three acres.
The 51,000 square-foot Innovation Center is Phase I of the ESU Research and Business Park being developed on 15-acres of property owned by East Stroudsburg University in Smithfield Township. The building is located on the corner of Brown Street and Route 447 in Smithfield Township.
The buildings in East Stroudsburg Borough include academic facilities, eight residence halls, a 1,000-seat dining hall, a Student Center, and a 60,000-square-foot Recreation Center.
The Student Activity Association, Inc. owns Stony Acres, a 119-acre off-campus student recreation area near Marshalls Creek, which includes a lodge and a small lake.
The newest academic building on campus is the newly renovated 29,000-square-foot Monroe Hall, which opened in 2012. Formerly a residence hall, the building contains two computer laboratories, four classrooms, a 68-seat stepped auditorium, and offices. The building houses the Speech-Language Pathology and Communication Studies departments.
The 130,600-square-foot Warren E. '55 and Sandra Hoeffner Science and Technology Center opened in 2008. Along with a planetarium and observatory, it houses 17 teaching laboratories, nine research laboratories, a multi-use 200-seat auditorium, classrooms and offices.
The primary academic building is Stroud Hall. This four-story classroom building contains lecture halls, computer and language laboratories, instructional spaces, and office areas. Beers Lecture Hall, which opened in 1997, seats 140 students and serves as a distance learning facility.
The Fine and Performing Arts Center consists of two theaters, a gallery, concert hall, rehearsal areas, various art studios, and classrooms. The Koehler Fieldhouse and Natatorium serves as the primary physical education and intercollegiate athletics facility. Zimbar-Liljenstein Hall houses the Graduate College office, the Student Enrollment Center, a teaching gymnasium, and academic classrooms and office areas for physical education and sport management, as well as the Mekeel Child Care Center. The University Center includes a food court, commuter lounge, convenience store, game room, student activities offices, and the University Store.
Other major classroom buildings are: Moore Biology Hall, which contains a large group lecture hall, a greenhouse and wildlife museum; Gessner Science Hall which contains laboratories for physics and, in the near future, exercise science; DeNike Center for Human Services, which houses classrooms and has laboratory areas for the departments of health, nursing, and recreation services management; Rosenkrans Hall, which houses offices as well as media communication and technology classrooms and labs; and The Center for Hospitality Management, including hotel, restaurant, and tourism management, the Keystone Room, and P & J CafÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ©.