The Fine Arts Building was built in 1997 and houses the Art Department office, Sculpture, Ceramics, Printmaking, and Metal programs and a complete wood shop. This 50,000 square-foot space was designed to give students safe and functional work areas. Each area has dedicated studios for their majors, individual critique rooms, and well-equipped communal spaces. There is also the Rotunda space which serves as a meeting hall and gallery space for student exhibitions and installations.
The Smiley Art Building houses the Art Education program, the Foundation area, and the Painting & Drawing program. Some Graphic Design classes are also offered in this facility. Foundation classrooms and faculty offices are found on the first and second floors. First floor studios have access to an outdoor patio for work on large projects. Art Education classrooms and faculty offices are located on the second floor; the Art Education program office is on the first floor. Painting & Drawing classrooms, BFA studios, and faculty offices are located on the second floor; MFA studios are on the third floor. The Smiley Art Building is also home to two computer labs (second floor) and the Art History slide library (first floor). A slide viewing room and photography studio for general student use are in the basement. Generous storage lockers are available on the first and second floors.
The Old Library is located in the historic part of campus know as The Quad and houses Graphic Design and Photography programs. The facility includes a range of technologies suited to study and experimentation in both areas.