Training and competition in soccer and lacrosse take place on Fred Shults Field.
French House is a small building on north campus just across the street from Stevenson Dining Hall.
Located just one mile east from campus, the George Jones Memorial Farm is an innovative educational site with an abundance of resources and activities for students and the greater community.
The Geospatial Computer Lab supports coursework in the geology department and allows students access to tools and software for scientific communication.
Max Kade House is the building on campus where German speakers are encouraged to reside. Kade has a capacity for 38 students, who have access to a large living room, kitchen facilities, study rooms, and practice spaces.
On the roof of the Science Center, a 2,580-square-foot greenhouse provides the ideal space for botanical investigations by students and faculty.
Hales Annex is adjacent to Hales Gymnasium and houses the College Lanes, the Pool Room, and the Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse.
Hales Art Studio is a space on the lower level of the Hales Gymnasium. Students who take certain art department classes meet here for instruction and to work on large-scale projects.
The Hales Gymnasium features a gym with one basketball court used for a variety of group sports and exercise classes.
Hall Annex is a two-story building just behind the Sophronia M. Brooks Hall Auditorium and near the Allen Memorial Art Museum. It houses the Kander Theater, a 75-seat space for student-produced theatrical works.