Few universities in America offer access to the kind of rich, dynamic blend of recreational, professional and cultural outlets as you’ll find in West Palm Beach. And it begins right on the PBA’s campus. You’ll be just steps away from exceptional facilities and resources, all of which will help you make the most of your college experience.
The Marshall & Vera Lea Rinker Athletic Campus offers expansive, top-notch facilities for baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball and tennis, as well as intramural fields. It includes the John & Sheila Rinker Sports Center, which was completed in 2017 and is among the finest athletic, health and fitness facilities you’ll find at any private college in America.
Warren Library is the academic heart of the West Palm Beach Campus. This world-class, $31 million facility features elegant architecture and design to capture Florida’s abundant natural light and will provide you with all the advanced learning resources and technology you’ll need. Warren Library. With access to 28 study rooms, over 120 computer work stations, 350,000 volumes, the library is the key resource for students and faculty.
The beautiful DeSantis Family Chapel is the physical embodiment of PBA’s commitment to being a Christ-first university. Worship services are held here at least four times a week, as well as lectures and concerts that will inspire your curiosity and stir your soul. During Welcome Week, it hosts the always powerful foot-washing ceremony for incoming students.
As impressive as the West Palm Beach Campus is, it’s also just minutes from pristine beaches and some of the best recreational outlets in the U.S.
More than just a pretty place, attending college in West Palm Beach will put you in a position to connect you with a myriad of professional opportunities, as well as world-class cultural offerings.
The Rinker Athletic Campus covers 78 acres with excellent fields and facilities.
PBA’s nine residence facilities include suite-style, apartments and traditional room options.
Warren Library covers more than 86,000 square feet with modern technology.