Center for Liberal Arts
The Center for Liberal Arts opened August, 1997. This $4.6 million renovation project provides 35,160 square feet of space for 60 faculty offices, six classrooms, a seminar room, four secretarial offices, faculty-student interaction spaces, and student research areas. Among the departments that occupy the building are political science, history, sociology and anthropology, education, philosophy, religion, business administration, economics, international studies, and women's studies.
The Center for Liberal Arts occupies the former Earl Edward Sherff Hall of Science, which was completed in 1963 and served as the university's science complex until 1995 when the $25 million Center for Natural Science Learning and Research opened.
(205 Beecher Street)
|The Center for Liberal Arts has an accessible entrance on the North side of the building. All floors are accessible from the elevators inside the North entrance on the building.|