Most facilities on campus seem to cater to the students' needs, except on the aesthetic level. In comparison to the Emerson Library and other more recent constructions, the academic buildings could use a little TLC. The H. Sam Priest Center and Pearson House were originally built within the late 1800s and early 1900s, and were residential houses before they became academic centers. The classrooms can be cramped and small, depending on the room, especially in Pearson House. The University Center is in need of a new fitness center, as there is overcrowding and old equipment.
All of the classrooms could be updated, too, in terms of technology, especially with the classroom desktop computers that can be very slow and bothersome if a professor needs it for class. However, the buildings are structurally sound and provide what is necessary. The campus is quite clean and well-kept; the janitors and maintenance crew are always moving about the campus, keeping themselves busy. All in all, the facilities suffice students, but some of the buildings could certainly use some work.