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

• The University is broken into three areas. The eastern area is consists of primarily athletic and recreation fields, student family housing and the campus's physical plant. The central section is heart of the campus administration, many academic programs, and historic residence halls. Western campus is organized around a central academic core. It is surrounded with the student services north, athletic and recreation to the west, and residential land uses to the south of the acdemic core.

• The academic land uses, one located in the western part of campus and the other in the central campus, are far enough from one another, that it makes it difficult for a student to get from one zone to the other in the 10 minute class change timeframe.

• Here is data about campus land use.