The hub of student activity on campus can be found in the Student Center. It is the mecca of anything related to student life. With student organization offices on the third floor that overlook the Seasons Dining Hall, there is an open, sunny feel to the building that makes it unique and unlike any other building on campus. There is also the Mulitculural Center, Sacred Space, and The Bubble on the third floor, which add to the hustle-and-bustle atmosphere. Another exclusive feature of the Student Center is the study lounge on the second floor, characterized by high ceilings and a year-round working electric fireplace. The second floor also holds a bar with pool tables and foosball. The bottom floor is home to a large conference room that has been used for club dances and indoor activity fairs. The central location, welcoming design, and accessibility make the Student Center the most popular building on campus. The administration has recognized how well the Student Center was received by students, and the Charles A. Dana Athletic Center has been a success as well—although many students complain about its inconvenient hours of operation. The number of non-athlete students using the gym facilities increases each year, and while new and extra equipment is added, the size of the space remains the same. The library is also fairly new and state-of-the-art with motorized bookshelves, large study areas, and private study rooms. It also contains a vast number of books and extraneous resources open to students.
Each building is constructed mainly of brick, which gives the campus a uniform and professional look that never goes out of style. Most academic buildings are beginning to show signs of aging with discolored wall paint and flooring tiles, but usually if there is a major problem, it will be fixed in a timely fashion. The buildings on campus are under constant rennovations to keep them as up-to-date and in as good repair as possible.