Reynolds Campus Center is in the middle of campus with Trim Hall on one side and the Sorenson Center of Fine Arts on the other. It contains the campus bookstore and other places to drop money, but students also feel like they are in charge of their monetary arrangements here, with free access to the credit union and a bank money machine. For financial purposes and projects, many students visit the famous Cutler Center in the Horn Library. There, Babsonians are able to use state-of-the-art computer systems for financial data analysis and can even take free Bloomberg classes that teach them how to use important financial software. You will find many students sipping on a cappuccino, reading a Wall Street Journal, or chatting with friends outside of Horn Library. Athletic facilities provide students with a wide range of exercise equipment and racquetball and squash courts.
The Babson campus consists of rolling hills, clusters of woods, and carefully landscaped grounds. Altogether, it is very well-kept, with the custodians and gardeners working day and night. The beautiful greenery and the great architecture provide an awesome view for students and parents on their first visit and throughout their stay at Babson. One point of interest that everyone notices is the Babson World Globe, which sits outside of Coleman Hall on top of the Coleman Hill.