Campus Map & Hours

While the best way to experience Morristown-Beard School is through a campus visit, we invite you to explore our campus using the interactive campus map below or by learning more about our commitment to Building a 21st-Century Campus. For campus address and directions, visit our Faculty & Staff Directory. Download a printable campus map.

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Locate a Building

Beard Hall
Anderson Library
Grant Hall
Wilkie Hall
South Wing
Math & Science Center
Dining Hall
Center for Innovation & Design
Middle School
Founders Hall
Billings Field
Simon Athletic Center / Rooke Pool
Fessenden Field
Burke Field
Alumni House

Additional Locations

Arts

- Sound and Film Studios

- Visual Arts Studios

- The Phoebe Stiles King ’49 Art Gallery

- The Theater at Founders Hall

Centers for Learning

- Center for Academic Writing

- Center for Teaching & Learning

- Center for Innovation & Design (Coming Spring 2019)

Other

- Business Office

- College Counseling

- Science on a Sphere

- Technology Center

- Environmental Lab (Aquaponics, Aquarium, Stream Table)

Map Points

Beard Hall
Beard Hall

Built in 1891, Beard Hall is the oldest building on campus. It was renovated in 2004 to include Anderson Library, updated classrooms, and reception and meeting rooms. 

Anderson Library
Anderson Library

Anderson Library houses 10,000+ books, audiobooks, 400+ DVDs, 20 newspaper and magazine subscriptions, 18,000+ e-books, and more than 40 academic databases.

Grant Hall
Grant Hall

Formerly known as “Old North”, Grant Hall was renovated to provide spacious classrooms and office space. This building also now houses the Center for Academic Writing.

Wilkie Hall
Wilkie Hall

Wilkie Hall houses a state-of-the-art technology center, computer labs, visual and design arts studio, and audio and videos production spaces. It is also home to Science on a Sphere. 

South Wing
South Wing

Remodeled to become the new home of the Center for Teaching & Learning, this facility also houses visual arts classrooms and the office of the school nurse.

Math & Science Center
Math & Science Center

The newly-constructed 25,000 square foot facility contains science, research and DNA laboratories, modern classrooms, and gathering and work spaces.

Dining Hall
Dining Hall

The Dining Hall hosts meal services, and the building will also be the location of the Center for Innovation and Design (CID).

Center for Innovation & Design
Center for Innovation & Design

The Center for Innovation & Design will provide innovative space where students will experiment, collaborate, design, build and problem-solve in multi-disciplinary projects.

Middle School
Middle School

A new Middle School facility opened its doors in 2008 with spacious classrooms, upgraded technology, science laboratories, and commons areas designed to increase community engagement.

Founders Hall
Founders Hall

Boasting a 630-seat theater, Founders Hall serves as our arts hub with dance studios, classrooms, and rehearsal spaces as well as areas for art exhibitions and social gatherings.

Billings Field
Billings Field

Billings Field has a FieldTurf surface and hosts soccer, baseball, softball, and field hockey games. The field also serves as a practice area for other sports.

Simon Athletic Center and Rooke Pool
Simon Athletic Center and Rooke Pool

The William E. Simon Athletic Center features three regulation-size basketball and volleyball courts and a 25-meter, 6-lane indoor pool. 

Fessenden Field
Fessenden Field

Fessenden Field has a FieldTurf surface and hosts soccer and baseball events. The field also serves as a practice area for other sports.

Burke Field
Burke Field

Burke Field has a FieldTurf surface and hosts field hockey, football, lacrosse, and soccer practices and games.  It is surrounded by a rubberized track and includes a spectator area.

Alumni House
Alumni House

Built in 1916, this Dutch Colonial Revival formerly served as the home of the Headmaster. It is now home to the School’s Office of Institutional Advancement.