The Liberal Arts Center opened in 1999. It offers state-of-the-art instructional areas for the College of Liberal Arts.
Included are the Helen Mallette Studio Theatre, Clifford and Ruth Kleymeyer Lecture Hall, Anna Lee Hamilton Music Studio, Scripps Howard Center for Media Studies, Cynderella McDowell Miller Foreign Language Laboratory, Topper Practice Room, radio and television production studios, language laboratories, a distance learning classroom and several classrooms equipped with instructional technology to enhance learning.
In 2008, the McCutchan Art Center and Pace Galleries opened in the lower level of the Liberal Arts Center. The Art Center and Galleries provide space and accommodations for the Student Art Exhibition, student and faculty exhibitions, visiting artist exhibitions, traveling exhibitions, alumni works and Senior Art Seminars.
Kleymeyer Hall is a 112-seat lecture hall in the Liberal Arts Center. It is often the location for guest speakers and presentations that are open to the public.
The Mallette Studio Theatre is a black box stage with space used as a classroom laboratory and student performances. It is an intimate theatre that seats about 100.