Lemmons Center

The Lemmons Center was built in 1964-65 and copied by area schools because of its unique design. It was remodeled in 1997. Classrooms ring the outside of the building, with a lecture hall and faculty offices in the center. It contains the 165-seat Calder Lecture Hall.

Fun Facts:

  • This building serves as home for communications, math and general education classes. It also features a computer lab for animation students. 
  • Three hexagons join to make this building; there is only one square room inside.
  • The building is designed to look like a water molecule.
  • The dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has an office here, as do theatre and adjunct faculty members.