The buildings for the most part are in the original setups that were built when the school was established. However, all the buildings have gone through or are currently going through renovations. The campus center, Hammond Building, is known as the "living room" of the campus, and it is currently going through renovations. When it is complete, there will be a six-story glass tower facing the city of Fitchburg, and the library and campus center will be slightly more seperated. The Anthony building is a "One Stop Student Stop" because admissions, financial aid, student accounts, One Card services, and the registrar's office are all in that one building.
The library has millions of resources for students to use to complete their research papers and other assignments. The library also works with more than 100 different databases from newspapers, high schools, and other colleges in the area. You can almost always find exactly what you are looking for. Librarians are also available to chat and help you via an instant messaging program through their website.There are computer labs and study rooms on the higher floors, along with other student resources such as the Tutor Center, Expanding Horizons, Math Center, Disabilities Services, and International Educations, though some of these offices may have been temporarily relocated with the current construction.
The DuPont Facilities Building is located on the Main Quad and is home to the maintenance team. They are in charge of cleaning the residential halls, the academic building, and the campus all year. They always have staff assigned to each building, so you do not have to scrub the bathrooms each day. However, it is nice to clean up after yourself.