Ok, you really have to be here to understand how beautiful it is on campus and in the North Country.
Our campus sits on 1,000 acres, with buildings and facilities at the center. Surrounding campus is a nature area (woods, fields and a little river called the Little River) for science research and recreation and an 18-hole golf course. It's an ideal location for living and learning.
So come visit! We'd love to have you enjoy the aromas of our famous giant chocolate chip cookies baking in the dining hall ovens, or hear the cheers of the crowds as our teams win another game or feel the late afternoon sun as you walk to Brewer Bookstore for a good read, a good cappuccino and good conversation.
In the meantime, enjoy the links below. The Virtual Campus Tour showcases a number of University landscapes and interior spaces with unique 360-degree panoramic views. The Interactive Campus Map allows you to explore the campus accompanied by our tour guides offering audio descriptions of the buildings. Also, watch our aerial video of the North Country and Campus.
The Johnson Hall of Science opened in 2007 and is LEED Gold certified. The 130,000 square foot building includes teaching and research labs for biology, chemistry, psychology, biochemistry and neuroscience.
The Courtyard of the Sun, between the two wings of the building, at Johnson hall of Science contributes to the building’s sustainability rating.
A North Country destination for readers, shoppers and coffee lovers. Brewer has the only Caribou Coffee Shop in the northeast.
Featuring recipes from home, international cuisine, fresh local products--our Dining Services staff take care of students.
Newell Field House lobby connects to indoor track and tennis courts, a three-story climbing wall, and the 133-station Stafford Fitness Center.
Cardio, weight and fitness equipment are available seven days a week, for 104 access hours.
If you tour this space you’ll see our "tree room" --yes, those are real trees-- at the center, top floor of the library, which has one of the best collections of any liberal arts college.
Over 7,000 pieces in our permanent collection, which students can use in their research, and 8-10 visiting exhibitions a year make Brush Art Gallery a cultural center of campus.
The Student Center sits at the heart of campus and features meeting rooms and casual spaces for students.
Students visit the lower level of the Student Center for meals at the Northstar Café, to pick up their mail, and to attend events in the Winston Room.
Career services and Student Activities are two student-oriented offices conveniently located in the Student Center.
The large and bright Alumni Council Room is a favorite spot for reading and studying, this floor also includes the offices fir our student newspaper and for student government.
Herring-Cole Hall, our library in the 1800s, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Today we hold classes and lectures there.
Our new, interdisciplinary arts technology facility meets the technological needs of the arts students and serves as a hub for collaborative, interdisciplinary efforts.
Home of the Division I Saint men's and women's ice hockey teams, Appleton Arena also supports North Country Field with press facilities, training rooms and locker spaces.