Bancroft Hall is the headquarters of the Sammartino School of Education. Metropolitan Campus offices of FDU Information Systems and Technology are also in Bancroft Hall.
Williams Hall is the home of the School of Psychology, which includes a nationally recognized and highly selective Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology program, as well as FDU’s Psy.D. in School Psychology program.
Northpointe Residence Hall
One of the latest additions to the Metropolitan Campus landscape is Northpointe, overlooking green lawns and the Hackensack River at the north end of the Teaneck side of the campus. This new 300-student residence hall features spacious rooms each with two beds, a bathroom and microwave/refrigerator capability. Each floor has a lounge, laundry room and vending area.
Muscarelle Center for Building Construction Studies houses the high-tech laboratories, computer resources, classrooms, and offices of the Engineering and Engineering Technology faculty, School of Computer Sciences and Engineering.
The Frank Giovatto Library is on the Teaneck side of the Metropolitan Campus and offers comfortable spaces for students to work. It houses approximately 154,000 print volumes, periodicals, DVDs, audiobooks, microforms, and special collections. The FDU Online Library provides access to 190+ subscription databases containing over 20,000 full-text journals, more than 145,000 e-books, and a streaming video collection. Most resources within the FDU Online Library are available 24/7, both on campus and remotely. The exterior of the library features a relief by noted artist William Zorach. This main library of the Metropolitan Campus was formerly known as Weiner Library. The new name acknowledges the generosity of John Giovatto, in honor of his late brother, Frank Giovatto.
University Court Residence Halls
Public Safety Office
International Student Services
Modern Languages House
History/Political Science House
Dean of Students Building
Student Union Building
The Student Union Building includes the Office of Student Life, Student Health Services, the Knight Club and the Multipurpose Room, all located on the main floor. Student organization offices (The Equinox, Militis, the MultiCultural Council and Student Organizations Office and 92Q-FM Radio Station), the Rutherford Room, Metro Lounge and student mailboxes are located on the lower level of the Student Union Building. The Dining Hall is located on the third floor of the building.
The Knight Club is a recreational facility that currently houses board games, pool tables, a ping-pong table, seating areas for conversation and studying and a large-screen projection DVD/VCR system with cable television. The club is host to a wide variety of programs that are presented for the University community to enjoy. Events include music, interactive entertainment, films and movies, speakers and much more. Gourmet Dining Services operates the Knight Owl Coffee Spot in the Knight Club. The Kron Lounge, Metro Lounge and Student Union Building Conference Room are available for meetings and small events. The Rutherford Room and the Multipurpose Room may be reserved for lectures and special dining events.
Mailboxes for student clubs and organizations are housed at the Resource Center on the main level of the Student Union Building.
International House is home to some of the campus’ many international students, who represent more than 60 countries worldwide.
Directly overlooking the Hackensack River on the Teaneck side, this lovely former private residence is now used for meetings and as a guest house for visitors to the Metropolitan Campus.
Temple Avenue Office
The offices at 131 and 139 Temple Avenue in Hackensack include the Center for Psychological Services.
Dickinson Hall features major classroom, laboratory, office and auditorium space. Dickinson Hall houses the Silberman College of Business, Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health, and School of Natural Sciences. It also contains the Office of the President and other key FDU administrative offices.
Dickinson Hall has three microcomputer laboratories for student use on the second floor. The Business Research Library is located on the first floor, as are a small cafe and vending machines. Undergraduate Admissions is on the third floor. Wilson Auditorium is in the southeast corner of the building, nearest the Rothman Center, and has its own entrance to the building.
The main first-floor hallway of Dickinson is Heritage Hall, where plaques commemorate individuals of distinguished contribution throughout the University’s history.
Dickinson Hall Floor Plans
With its distinctive tent-like roof, its river-side setting, and its seating for up to 6000, the George and Phyllis Rothman Center is perhaps FDU’s best-known building to the wider community. The Rothman Center is on the Hackensack side of the campus, and is the primary athletic and recreational facility for the Metropolitan Campus.
It includes facilities for basketball, tennis, racquetball and volleyball. It features a six-lane, 200-meter track, coaching offices, a weight room and spectator seating for nearly 5,000 fans. Home of the FDU Knights, the University’s Division I sports program, the Rothman Center’s excellent resources are occasionally called into use by visiting pro teams for practice before major games at the Meadowlands or Madison Square Garden.
U.S. Presidents Clinton (in 1996) and Obama (in 2009) have spoken at events in the Rothman Center.
Edward Williams Hall
FDU is a builder of bridges in many ways, and when we say we’re connected, we really mean it. The Metropolitan Campus counts not only Teaneck but also Hackensack as its home, thanks to a footbridge that joins the two parts of campus across the scenic Hackensack River. (See an article about kayaking the Hackensack River.) Hackensack’s urban benefits and Teaneck’s small-town atmosphere offer FDU students the best of both worlds. Hackensack is home to Dickinson Hall, the Edward Williams Building, and the George and Phyllis Rothman Center.
Naimoli Family Baseball Complex
The University community gathered on Wednesday, October 5, to celebrate the dedication of the Naimoli Family Baseball Complex on the Metropolitan Campus. The complex features an artificial turf surface that is playable much sooner after rain than any natural surface field.
FDU’s “Field of Dreams” became a reality thanks to the generosity of alumnus Vincent Naimoli, MBA’64 (Flor), founder and chairman emeritus of the Tampa Bay Rays Major League Baseball Team, an FDU trustee and a member of the FDU NOW Campaign Steering Committee. “Vince cares deeply about our student-athletes,” said David Langford, director of athletics (Metro). “He believes implicitly that life’s most important lessons are learned on the playing field. We are indebted to him for his generosity and providing this wonderful facility.”
Naimoli’s Baseball Complex is the latest step in what is now a five-sport transformation of FDU’s Division I athletic facilities, with significant upgrades for softball, indoor track, soccer, tennis, and now baseball.