There's plenty to see and do on Hofstra's campus.
The Hofstra campus is a member of the American Public Gardens Association, one of only 430 arboreta in the United States.
In its 27-year history as an integral part of Hofstra University, the Cultural Center has sponsored more than 100 international conferences that have brought together thousands of scholars from throughout the United States and all over the world.
The on-campus theater company includes co-productions with the Hofstra Cultural Center and various academic departments, and currently makes use of all theater facilities on campus.
Hofstra hosts several cultural festivals each year, featuring food, vendors, activities, music and more.
The Hofstra Labyrinth is adapted from the world renown labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral, France, circa 1200 of the Common Era.
The Hofstra University Libraries consist of the Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library, the Barbara and Maurice A. Deane Law Library, and the Monroe Hall Libraries Center.
The Hofstra University Museum has been awarded the highest honor a museum can receive, continued accreditation by the American Association of Museums (AAM). Less than 10 percent of museums nationwide have earned this distinguished recognition.