Facilities

 

The Media Arts Center (Mac lab) contains seventeen Macintosh workstations with a full array of audio, video, and animation software, assorted audio and video equipment, and an isolation booth.
  
The Green Room is a multi-purpose studio with a green screen cyclorama within a sculpture and drawing area.
  
The Print Room houses a large-scale Epson 9800 and is utilized for printing, cutting and mounting.
  
Babbio Atrium is a glassed-in area overlooking the Manhattan skyline. It allows for exhibitions, performances, and special functions.
  
 

DeBaun Auditorium is a recently renovated proscenium theater with a mid-size stage and extensive lighting and sound capabilities, seating 480. The auditorium was built within the Edwin A. Stevens Hall designed by Civil War architect Richard Upjohn, famous for the design of Trinity Church in New York City (1846). The 80,000-square-foot, five-story hall is a high Victorian Gothic style masonry building, and is a favorite destination for students, faculty and Hoboken residents alike. It was constructed in 1870.