Music Library Frasier Hall Carter Hall Kepner Hall Guggenheim Hall Crabbe Hall Gunter Hall Gray Hall Arts Annex Visitor's Center Ben Nighthorse Campbell Center for the Health and Human Sciences Faculty Apartments University Apartments Jackson Field Cassidy Hall Tobey-Kendel Hall Belford Hall Decker Hall Wilson Hall Wiebking Hall Snyder Hall Sabin Hall Hansen-Willis Hall University Houses Parsons Hall Jackson Field University Houses University Center Bishop-Lehr Hall Ross Hall of Science McKee Hall McCowen Hall Lawrenson Hall Turner Hall Harrison Hall Michener Library Candelaria Hall Cesar Chavez Cultural Center Recreation Center Butler-Hancock Hall Nottingham Field Xeric Demonstration Gardens Judy Farr Center Arlington Gardens

Campus Topography

• Although it may appear relatively flat, the campus terrain is far from it, especailly on the West part of campus.

• The site where the University Center sits is the highest point in the City of Greeley. Besides the horizontal "pinching" in this area, the topography causes a vertical peak. This magnifies the "hourglass" affect between the Central and West Campuses. Although the campuses are adjacent, these factors tend to give a perception the campuses are their own entities.

• Regardless of topography, Lawrenson and Turner Halls can be seen from miles away due to their height. These residence halls provide a regional presence within the community.

Map of Campus Topography
A view to the west from the University Center View of West Campus View of West Campus Drop off from 20th street into West Campus