The School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation’s community of students, faculty and staff are housed in two facilities on the RWU campus. Studios, gallery space, computer and materials labs, seminar and lecture rooms, a comprehensive architecture library and office spaces are all easily accessible and in close proximity to the residence halls, dining, and all the rest of the Campus amenities. An additional site in Bristol, not far from campus, enables visual art students to work on large scale works and exhibitions, and another space in Downcity Providence is available for meeting and critiques. Semester-long study abroad programs for undergraduates are based in Florence’s famed Palazzo Rucellai designed by Alberti, and at the Palazzo Alamanni. Graduate students in the Global Partners Programs have access to the facilities of leading institutions in major cities around the globe.