Payden Academic Center Dedication
Dedicated on June 4, 2016, in a ceremony before hundreds of Trinity community members, and opening for classes in Fall 2016, the Payden Academic Center includes science laboratories and prep rooms, nursing laboratories including a simulation lab, classrooms of various sizes, spacious lounges and common areas. Pervasive technology throughout the building supports all instruction, presentations, study, research and other programming.
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The state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and technologies in the Payden Center will support teaching and research in all disciplines at all degree levels, and will ensure Trinity’s academic excellence, climate for research and innovation, and ability to grow and keep pace with scientific and technological advances for generations to come.
Designed by EYP Architects & Engineering and built by Clark Construction, the Payden Academic Center is the first new academic building on Trinity’s campus in more than half a century. The Payden Academic Center is Trinity’s first LEED certified building, and it is fully accessible.
Trinity is grateful to the Payden Family, and particularly to Joan A. Payden, Class of 1953, whose generosity led the campaign to create the new academic center.
Read the Washington Post’s feature coverage of Trinity’s new Payden Academic Center: “How this women’s college got its first new academic building in 50 years.”