Palm Beach Gardens campus
3160 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 | (561) 207-5000
The Palm Beach Gardens campus opened in 1982 as a permanent, full-time facility offering Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees and certificate programs. In 1990, the campus was named the Edward M. Eissey Campus in recognition of the College’s third president, who had presided over its opening. Today, the campus offers credit and noncredit courses, programs and workshops to more than 15,000 students each year. The campus sits on 123 acres in a lush, natural Florida setting that features many native plants, including a cypress preserve. The Myrna Rubenstein Pavilion at the center of campus features an ecological pond and waterfall. The pavilion and adjacent amphitheater serve as a gathering place for student activities and events.
The Bioscience Technology Complex houses an expanded science curriculum, energy and engineering technology programs and the Collegiate High School focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The campus features a 50,000-square-foot Library Learning Resource Center, modern multimedia classrooms and laboratories, a horticultural nursery, Panthers basketball court and community athletic fields, and an art gallery. The 750-seat Eissey Campus Theatre is a cultural hub for northern Palm Beach County, presenting community educational programs as well as family entertainment through its popular “Arts in the Gardens” guest artist series.