The college operates in many buildings on campus including the Center for the Arts and Stephens Hall, the Media Center, and Van Bokkelen Hall.
The Center for the Arts is located at the corner of Osler and Cross Campus drives. It houses the Ruth Marder Studio Theatre, Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, Studio Theatre, Recital Hall, Mainstage Theatre, Dance Studio Theatre, Art Lecture Hall, Dreyer MFA Group Studio, and the box office. Also located in the Center for the Arts are the Asian Arts & Culture Center and Gallery, the Center for the Arts Gallery, the Holtzman MFA Gallery, as well as the offices of the Community Dance Center and the Community Art Center.
Stephens Hall, easily identified by its clock tower, is located in the 7900 block of York Road. Stephens Hall Theatre is a 680 seat theatre where performances of all genres are presented.
In addition to classrooms and offices located in the Media Center, Communication Studies, Electronic Media & Film, and Mass Communication operates an HD television studio, and a Media Laboratory with cameras, lighting, audio equipment, editing suites, and radio production rooms.
Van Bokkelen Hall is home to both Communication Studies, Electronic Media and Film as well as Mass Communication classrooms. It houses the digital HD cinema, journalism labs, and the WMJF-TV offices.
The Center for the Arts Gallery is the main venue for viewing some of the region and nation's finest artwork. The gallery is located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts.
The Holtzman MFA Gallery, located on the second floor in the Center for the Arts, focuses on thesis exhibitions and other shows related to the MFA program.
Operated by our Asian Arts & Culture Center, the Asian Art Gallery is located on the second floor of the Center for the Arts.