Campus Living

Campus Living

Life on PBA’s campus has an energy all its own. You’ll have daily access to activities, events and exceptional facilities across our campus that will help you make the most of your PBA experience.




Hang Your Hat

Our residence facilities include suite-style, apartments and traditional room options, and each has its own charm, feel and amenities.


Baxter Hall

A four-story residence hall reserved for female students with traditional style rooms, lounge areas, computer labs, laundry facilities and study and TV rooms. Learn More ⟶


Coastal Towers

A nine-story apartment building with 42 one- and two-bedroom apartments, mailboxes inside the building and laundry facilities. This  housing is for both traditional undergraduate and graduate students. Learn More ⟶


Johnson Hall

A five-story, female-only residence hall with suite-style rooms and a common area with a baby grand piano, kitchen, computer lab, prayer room and laundry. Learn More ⟶


Oceanview Hall

Featuring 92 rooms, lounge areas and laundry facilities on each floor and a computer lab in the main lobby area. Learn More ⟶


Rinker Hall

A five-story, male-only hall with suite-style rooms and a computer lab, laundry facilities and kitchen in the main lobby. Learn More ⟶


Weyenberg Hall

A is a two-story female residence hall with 13 rooms and houses primarily students in the Supper Honors Program, with a shared main lounge, kitchen and laundry. Learn More ⟶


Watson Hall

Our new eight-story student residence hall with 154 one- and two-bedroom units with double occupancy accommodations. Learn More ⟶




Get Into the Action

Health and fitness is a big part of the PBA culture. This is why two-thirds of all students play intramural sports that include flag football, basketball, indoor volleyball, beach volleyball, floor hockey, ping pong and racquetball, among others. We also offer club sports and personal training. And there’s nothing like a jog along the Intracoastal Waterway or on the nearby beaches, or a swim in the ocean.


Setting the Standard

We take a lot of pride in the quality of our facilities. In fact, five new buildings have been added to campus just in the last 10 years. The $31 million Warren Library provides the most advanced learning resource technology you’re likely to find. And the John and Sheila Rinker Sports Center is one of the finest intercollegiate athletic facilities at any NCAA Division II college in the country, and even rivals those of many smaller Division I schools.


How to Speak Sailfish

Our Sailfish intercollegiate athletic teams bring the entire campus community together in spirit at games, matches and events throughout the year. We field 17 men’s and women’s athletic programs, which compete in the Sunshine State Conference and have a proven legacy of success with conference championships, NCAA regional championships and NCAA finalist appearances.



Get Your Chef On

One of the more popular events at the Sailfish Cup every year is the hotly contested Iron Chef competition.

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Break Out the Board

Every day you’ll see PBA students casually riding their longboards and skateboards around campus.

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In one year alone over 120 PBA student-athletes earned academic recognition.



More than 1,100 PBA students participate annually in intramural activities.



The Rinker Athletic Campus covers 78 acres with excellent fields and facilities.