Studios and Theaters
Ample practice studios, multiple stages and non-traditional performance spaces greet dance students at Hope College.
Studio space in the Dow Center, Durfee Hall and the DeVos Fieldhouse prep students for performances in the Knickerbocker Theatre and DeWitt Theatre, among others.
The Dow Center is a health- and activity-oriented facility. Classes, sports teams and individuals take advantage of the building’s gymnasium, dance studios, two-story conditioning area, indoor track, racquetball courts, swimming pool and student Health Center. Learn more.
Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse
The DeVos Fieldhouse provides a premier NCAA Division III basketball and volleyball facility and is the home of championship athletics. Opened in the fall of 2005, the facility can hold approximately 3,400 fans and also houses the Department of Kinesiology and athletic training programs. Learn more.
Built in 1911, the 536-seat Knickerbocker Theatre is currently used by the college as an added dimension to classes. The Knickerbocker offers a wide range of cultural offerings such as lectures, art films, concerts, musical and stage performances for the college body and Holland community alike.Learn more.
DeWitt Student & Cultural Center
DeWitt Student and Cultural Center serves many functions for student and administrative life. Student groups are headquartered here, along with the Hope-Geneva Bookstore, Cool Beans coffeeshop, The Kletz and the DeWitt theatre. It’s also home to the college’s administrative staff and several related offices. Learn more.