Highlights of the Campus
To date, the Arboretum at Marywood University has 42 species of trees that contain 103 varieties, and a comparable number and variety of shrubs, as well as ornamental grasses, perennial, biennial and annual blooms. Grab a copy of the self-guided all-season walking tour map (PDF) and explore the Arboretum.
Rock Climbing Wall & Fitness Center
Located in the Center for Athletics and Wellness, Marywood's 5,000 square foot Fitness Center boasts a climbing wall, elevated jogging track, aerobics studio and much more!
Marywood is home to 3 Art Galleries: The Mahady Gallery, the Suraci Gallery, and The Maslow Study Gallery. Exhibitions are often accompanied by artist's illustrated lectures and gallery talks in addition to award presentations, featured displays, special projects, and Artist Lecture Series. Marywood also houses 2 permanent collections of fine and decorative art.
From its polished marble floors to its spectacular domed
ceiling, the Rotunda, the focal point of Marywood's Liberal Arts Center, is a campus landmark. Finished in 1937 by Roman artist Gonippo Raggi, the historic murals illustrate the history and principles of Christian education. The Hall of Presidents, which displays portraits of all Marywoods presidents, serves as the main entrance to the Rotunda and Liberal Arts Center.