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Nine major classroom buildings plus apartments housing 2,700 students make up the
Security Building, which was built in 1970, provides offices for University Security.
The Health Professions Center, opened in 1995, is a classroom and office building housing the College of Nursing and Health Professions and Social Work. The Indiana University School of Medicine, Evansville Center, is located on the third floor of the facility. Features of the Health Professions Center include the 450-seat Mitchell Auditorium, a dental hygiene clinic and dental laboratory, lecture rooms, classrooms, instructional laboratories, seminar rooms and faculty offices. The student health center, a full-service clinic offering medical services and health-related information to students, staff and faculty is located in the lower level.
The Liberal Arts Center, a $15.2 million academic building, opened in fall 1999, houses the College of Liberal Arts. It is located south of the University Center overlooking Reflection Lake. Special facilities in the center is a classroom and office building housing the Clifford and Ruth Kleymeyer Lecture Hall, Helen Mallette Studio Theatre, Anna Lee Hamilton Music Studio, Scripps Howard Center for Media Studies (which includes the William R. Burleigh Resource Center), Cynderella McDowell Miller Foreign Language Lab, Broadcasting Studio, WSWI radio station and computer labs on the lower level. The first and second floors are dedicated to classrooms. The third floor consists of faculty and staff offices. The McCutchan Art Center, an art teaching gallery for the university in the lower level of the Liberal Arts Center was completed in late 2007.
The Robert D. Orr Center, built in 1990, is a classroom and office building housing many of the student services departments. The Office of Admission, Student Financial Assistance, Office of the Registrar, Counseling Center, Office of Extended Services (includes Continuing Education and Historic Southern Indiana) are located on the main floor. The College of Business and computer labs are located on the second and third floors and the remainder of the second floor is dedicated to classroom space. The Computer Center,
The Physical Activities Center (PAC), built in 1971 and extensively renovated in 1996, provides instructional space for physical education and recreation programs as well as offices for the Athletic Department and Physical Education Department. Included in the building are the aquatics area, specialized physical education and service facilities and multi-purpose activity area (MAC). The MAC has a seating capacity of 3,000 and serves as the home court for indoor sports programs.
The Recreation and Fitness Center is a $4.1 million three level building, which opened in 2001. In 2009 a portion of the $7.5 million expansion was completed. The Office of Recreation and Intramural Sports, Fitness, and Wellness are located in the center. The building houses an arena for weight lifting and exercise, showers, lockers, two basketball courts, a climbing wall and suspended track above the courts.
The Science Center adjoins the Wright Administration Building. In addition to laboratories, classrooms, the Science Center houses offices for the Mathematics Department.
The Torrington Science Center and Education Center, opened in 2003, provides classrooms and laboratories for
The Technology Center houses the Departments of Engineering and Art, and provides classrooms and laboratories for programs of those departments, as well as art workshops and faculty offices. The Ceramics Center and Art Center are located adjacent to the Technology Center.
The University Center is conveniently located in the center of campus where students and faculty may convene for informal meetings, meals, study, social activities, recreation, open discussions or formal campus occasions. The University Center provides space for student organization offices, conference rooms, student computer lab, lounge facilities, food services and the university Bookstore. Offices for the Dean of Students, Multicultural Center, Student Wellness and Student Activities are located here.
Carter Hall and The University Conference Center are located on the upper level of the University Center. Both are large multipurpose rooms that accommodate groups for seminars, workshops, meetings, luncheons, dinners or dances.
The USI Theatre and Rehearsal Studio are located three miles east of campus off Barker Avenue. The address for the Theatre is 3001 Igleheart Avenue. Classes in theatre are conducted and productions by students are staged at the Theatre. The rehearsal studio is located at 96 North Barker Avenue across the street from the USI Theatre.
The David L. Rice Library offers many resources to aid in the student's academic career. The main floor contains a Starbuck's coffee shop, public corridor, open seating area, the checkout and reference counters and staff offices as well as some labs, reference and government document collections and a reading room. There are significant art works on this floor. The second level includes a grand reading room, group study rooms, staff offices and a staff lounge. The third level includes group study rooms, University archives and special collections (which has its own security and emergency protection) and some staff offices. The fourth level includes a reading room and group study rooms. The lower level has classrooms, a lecture hall as well as some support facilities for the main level Starbuck's coffee shop.
The former David L. Rice Library building which was built in 1971, is now undergoing a major renovation. It will house student organization offices and other student activities.
The Byron C. Wright Administration Building houses administrative
offices including those of the President, Vice Presidents for
Academic Affairs, Advancement,
Business Affairs and
Student Affairs. Also located
here are offices for Alumni
and Volunteer Services,
Graduate Studies, Grants and Sponsored
Research, Internal Auditing,
The Support Services Building houses Procurement and Risk Management and Safety and Distribution Services serves as a central receiving and distribution center for the campus. It has relocated maintenance from the Physical Plant (where an expansion project of the central heating and cooling plant and the maintenance shops were previously located). Support Services was opened in late 2008.
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