The College of Public and Community Service is located on the third and fourth floors of the Wheatley Building. A welcoming atmosphere is created for students by lounge and study areas in several locations--e.g., the CPCS Plaza with sofas and plants (in front of the W-4-147 suite of offices) and the Malcolm X Plaza (also on the 4th floor of Wheatley).
A special facility located at the College of Public and Community Service is the Taylor Center for Media, Arts & Technology. It was donated to the University by Jeff Taylor, founder of Monster.com, and so named for his father, Clark Taylor. Clark Taylor was one of the founders of the College of Public and Community Service, a former dean of the College, and is now a retired faculty member.