All of the buildings on campus serve a specific purpose. Carman Hall is mainly for the humanities, where students take classes in English, history, political science, anthropology, sociology, and foreign languages. Students take classes in math and science at Gillet Hall, and students take classes in the “soft” sciences at Davis Hall (however, a new science building is being built). The majority of the art classes are taught at the Fine Arts Building, and many art exhibitions are hosted in the rotunda. Music and dance classes are taught in the Music Building, where both the cafeteria and student theatre are also located.
In addition to the academic buildings, there are also plenty of places for recreation for students. The Student Life Building is home to all club headquarters, and a lot of students go there to play pool, teach dance lessons, or just hang out. Other fun spots include the bookstore, the Concert Hall, the APEX, and South Field (where baseball, soccer, and softball games are held). If a student feels sick, the T-3 Building is where the Student Health Center is located. If a student needs help, the other buildings on campus include the Speech and Theatre building, the Old Gym Building (where the tutoring and counseling centers are located), the library, and Shuster Hall, where the most important offices on campus are located (such as Admissions, Financial Aid, and Testing and Scholarships).