|Borchert Hall is a building on campus which houses the school's Olympic sized swimming pool. It is named after Greendale Community College's founder Russell Borchert. like the Luis Guzman statue, it is yet another attempt by Dean Pelton and the board of administrators to seem more like a "real" school. An obscene amount of money was spent to build an Olympic-size swimming pool on campus housed inside the hall which the Dean makes every effort to let everyone know about. Its first indoor appearance was in the Season One episode "Advanced Criminal Law".|
|"Advanced Criminal Law"|
|Featuring: Dean Pelton, Ian Duncan, Ben Chang, Jeff and Britta
A disciplinary tribunal is held in the hall for Britta who was caught cheating on Señor Chang's Spanish exam.
|"Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples"|
|Featuring: Shirley and Dean Pelton|
|"Asian Population Studies"|
|Featuring: Jeff and Andre Bennett
The entrance to Borchert Hall can be seen after Jeff's conversation with Andre.
|"Basic Lupine Urology"|
|Featuring: Troy and Abed, Jeff and Annie, unnamed man and woman
As Jeff, Annie, Abed and Troy discuss the case of their murdered yam, a woman is seen exiting Borchert Hall. She is wiping her mouth as a man follows her outside while zipping up his pants.
|"Economics of Marine Biology"|
|Featuring: Jeff and Pierce, Dean Pelton, Britta and Annie, Archie DeCoste
The halls entrance is seen in the background as a welcoming committee awaits the arrival of prospective student Archie DeCoste.
|"Basic Intergluteal Numismatics"|
|Featuring: Jeff and Annie
Jeff and Annie comfort each other after learning of Pierce's death.
Borchert Hall has not only an Olympic-size swimming pool but also a judges' booth that cost the school 6,000 dollars according to Dean Pelton. It also has lockers and showers available for student and faculty use. The entrance to the pool can be seen in various episodes throughout the seasons as it is located in front of the back entrance to the school's library.
|According to GCTV, during the 2011 School Presidential Election, Borchert Hall was part of the 49% that supported Annie Edison.