College of Natural and Health Sciences Facilities
The College operates most academic functions in two large well-equipped buildings. On the central campus, renovated Gunter Hall serves as the home of the College and Schools of Human Sciences (including Audiology & Speech-Language Sciences, Dietetics, Gerontology, Human Services, Human Rehabilitative Services, Public Health, and Recreation & Tourism), Sport and Exercise Science, and Nursing. For a detailed narrative on Gunter Hall history click here.
On the west campus, modern Ross Hall serves as the home for the Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences and Physics, and Mathematical Sciences, and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The School of Sport and Exercise Science also utilizes Butler-Hancock Hall, Gray Hall, and Ben Nighthorse Campbell Center for Health and Human Sciences for instruction, research, and outreach activities. Brown Hall and Lujan Hall in President's Row houses the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program.