The Department holds a unique physical place at the College of Charleston. Located on the third floor of historic Randolph Hall (the main administrative building on campus), it stands as a physical symbol of the College's core mission as an institution of higher education. Within this space, the Department also maintains:
A resource room dedicated to student/faculty research and three networked PCs with software specific for multidisciplinary work
A reading room housing basic reference works and space for classes/seminars and meetings of faculty, special guests, and students.
The "Classics Museum Replica Collection," consisting of numerous museum-quality replicas of art from the Greco-Roman world.
In addition, the Department has the honor of using Randolph Hall 301A as one of its primary classrooms - in one of oldest continuously-used classroom buildings in the U.S.