The facilities are extremely nice. The campus has a good mix of old and new buildings, making it a classic and traditional campus as well as a forward-looking, modern school. The gym and Wismer Center are both space-age, and Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center is extremely industrial. Pfahler, Bomberger, and Berman are very old buildings (Bomberger dates back to the 1800s), and the inside of each is impressive. Pfahler, in particular, has a dazzling appearance—the outside is largely unchanged since the 1920s, but, thanks to a renovation, the inside is gorgeous and has been transformed to ensure that forward-thinking scientific research is continually achieved.
Bomberger, the oldest classroom building on campus which underwent a renovation in 2006, includes a beautifully restored auditorium and offices. Of course, there are some facilities that are not so impressive. Ritter Center is a relic from the 1970s; originally built as a "temporary" building, it still stands. In general, there are true bright spots on the campus, but there are also a couple of not-so-great facilities.