From the Rickel Recreation Center to the Brown-Lupton University Union (BLUU), all of the popular places on campus have been renovated and revamped within the last several years. The Rickel Recreation Center features many of the newest machines and a variety of weights, as well as a climbing wall, saunas, and racquetball courts. The BLUU is also well equipped for many student affairs, but in reality, it may fail to provide enough variety in the restaurant department.
Overall, campus is very well kept, and anything that hasn’t been renovated lately is sure to get its chance soon. The Rickel Recreational Center is of such high quality that alumni are given the opportunity to pay several hundred dollars annually to use the facilities. The library is home to 1.9 million volumes and an excellent online database, as well as the largest computer lab on campus. Other places on campus might not be quite as nice, but they are all, at the very least, sufficient.