CENTER FOR APPLIED LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY
105,000 gross square feet
Opened in August 2004, this three-story structure with exposed architectural features includes a partial green roof, a large three-story atrium housing a cafe and a spacious student seating area.
The building houses 23 classrooms, 24 computer and high-tech labs, an 80-seat lecture hall, a 2,400-square-foot multipurpose room divisible into three spaces, design studios, two student lounges with vending services and offices for the departments and programs of Architecture and Interior Design, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Cybercrime and Engineering as well as the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
CENTRAL SERVICES BUILDING
34,385 gross square feet
Constructed in 2007, this is the newest building on campus and houses the offices of Capital Development, Document Services, Facilities Management and Public Safety. The area also has space available for vehicle repair, grounds maintenance and storage.
3,200 net assignable square feet
This metal panel building located beside the Isaac Cox House was erected in 1982 and provides college storage.
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