The Art Building was built in 1986. Taught in this building is:
- computer graphics
- metal crafts courses
The Administration Building was built in 1986 and houses the:
- Deans Offices
- Administrative Services
The Applied Sciences Building was built around 1998 and has had some remodeling. It houses the:
The Computer Technology & Mathematics Building joined the campus in 1997. It has classrooms and offices for the computer and math departments.
The Center for Native and Urban Wildlife (CNUW) is part of the Life Sciences Department (Biology).
CNUW brings students, faculty and the community together to learn about biodiversity and foster stewardship of the plants and animals in our environment.
CNUW projects include educational programs, museum tours, field trips, camping, hiking, research, and restoration work(re-planting desert plants).
The Faculty Office Building was originally placed on the campus with 4 classrooms and 6 offices. It was remodeled in 2002 and converted to all office space of faculty members. It is located on the southeast side of the campus near the Snack Bar and the Information Technology Building.
The Fitness and Wellness Center was built in 1998. It is a state-of-the-art facility with over 30,00 square feet and is the only 2 story building on the campus. Within its walls exist:
- an indoor track
- a human performance lab
- two aerobic rooms
- over 50 cardiovascular machines
- two areas for weight machines
- a free weight area
- an alternative exercise area
The new home for Information Technology was originally built in 1970 and was the Business Department building filled with classrooms and offices. The buidling was redesigned for IT and re-opend in 2009. The new IT building is now home to our:
- IT Staff Offices
- Student TechCenter
- Media Center
- Help Desk
- Employee Training
- Server Room
- a Conference Room