Hey there, Seahawk! Welcome to the last virtual tour of the semester. In previous editions, we provided you with a guide to navigate our A. Hugh Adams Central and North Campuses. This time, we want you to explore the Judson A. Samuels South Campus located in Pembroke Pines.

Vibrant Student Life

Science BuildingIf you have been taking classes at the Judson A. South Campus, you know that Student Life frequently hosts events in the Breezeway by building 68. Inside the building, opposite the cafeteria, you will find the Student ID office and the Student Activity Center, which often serves as the venue for many activities, including workshops and discussions. At any other time, you can play some pool, videogames, or table tennis.

If you enjoy cultural and other entertainment activities, the Performing Cultural Arts Theater (PCAT) is located nearby, at the northern end of building 68. The venue seats over 300 people and is often used for concerts, lectures, and other art shows that can be free or low-cost to students.

Popular Programs and Student Activities

Judson A. South Campus is home to The Emil Buehler Aviation Institute, given its vicinity to the North Perry Airport. It is located on the southern end of the campus, right on the border of the airport. In 2017, the College expanded by building an Aviation annex, located inside the airport near Pembroke Road.

The student newspaper, The Observer, has its newsroom on the second floor of building 68, where they often hold journalism workshops. On the west side of campus, you can find the Basketball, Baseball, and Soccer fields.

Spots to Study

There are several quiet places on campus, both indoors and outdoors, for study time. If you want to enjoy the sunny Florida weather and don’t mind humidity, you can tackle your assignments on one of the tables located near the art gallery open space behind building 71. If you prefer cooler temperatures, then you can head over to the library (building 81), the second floor of building 68, or the Academic Success Center in building 72.

There you have it, all the hot spots in the Judson A. Samuels South Campus.

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