The College Centre, the complex containing the athletic facilities at Centre C, has recently been upgraded and remodeled. Sutcliffe now houses a three-court multipurpose recreational gymnasium, a renovated alumni gym, elevated three-lane jogging track, two 30-person classrooms, an 80-person conference room, new student, faculty, and staff locker rooms, a video viewing room, a cardiovascular exercise deck, an exercise/aerobics classroom, two new glass racquetball courts, and 1,500 square feet of lounge space. Sutcliffe isn't the only boss facility Centre has; there are also the athletic fields, which are well-maintained. The more popular amenities, like the Bijou, can be reserved ahead of time with minimal effort.
The library is a great place to study, with private tables and work lamps to study under, but doesn't have the books and information on hand that are needed for higher-level research projects. They will, however, help you with interlibrary loan. The science labs are equipped with microscopy laboratories that provide state-of-the-art instrumentation. There is also an aquatic research laboratory that provides research in marine and freshwater ecosystems, a greenhouse, and a botany laboratory for plant-related studies. The Norton Center for the Arts brings in big-name acts that are almost all free of charge for students, and houses a dance studio and all of the drama classrooms. Perhaps one of the best facilities Centre has is the hot glass studio, run by world-renowned glass artist Steve Powell.