The buildings at Berry are very eclectic, but they fit together quite nicely. They are well maintained, even if the grounds crew is known to drown out a lecture from time to time. Kilpatrick Commons is an outdoor area students have used to do a variety of things, ranging from performing poetry to holding dances sponsored by clubs and organizations. Many of the buildings have been recently renovated, including the Krannert Student Center and Dana Hall. In addition, buildings like Green Hall, Cook Hall, and the Science Building have updated classrooms. On the other hand, Evans Hall needs a complete overhaul in order to aesthetically compete with neighboring buildings.
The addition of the Cage and Morgan/Deerfield halls has given students a chance to see the aesthetic direction Berry is moving toward. These areas have state-of-the-art facilities for students and have added to campus a great deal of vibrancy ever since they opened in 2008 and 2010 respectively. The Cage offers a junior Olympic-size swimming pool, two racquetball courts, the MAC gym, a one-eighth-mile track, and high-tech workout areas. Aerobics classes are also held in the Cage, and there are two dance rooms to accommodate different class sizes.