Hendrix College has a beautiful campus filled with state-of-the-art buildings. The new Student Life and Technology Center (SLTC) building is gorgeous, spacious, LEED-certified, and well organized, with lots to do and plenty of space to hang out. There are plenty of computers and TVs to use in the SLTC, making it an even better place to spend your time. The Wellness and Athletics Center, an even newer building, offers a wide variety of athletic facilities, from a swimming pool to a rock-climbing wall, complementing the athletic offerings already present. Though other buildings—particularly the freshman dorms—are less modern, they are still at least adequate at performing their respective duties.
The campus is dominated by red-brick buildings—in fact, it seems like every building on campus is made out of red brick—but the styles vary, and the buildings are gorgeous. Despite being a small campus with lots of facilities, Hendrix still manages to fit in a good deal of open space, from the relaxing and popular Pecan Grove to the gazebo to the well-known fountain. The Brick Pit is another wide, open space on campus, used for many special events that a good amount of the student body will be attending. Students often use these open spaces scattered across campus for studying, chatting with friends, or just plain relaxing when the weather’s nice, and the open spaces make it easier to move from building to building in between classes. The campus is beautiful and functional, modern yet untamed—what more could a student ask for?