Facilities and Resources
For institution-wide facilities information, see Facilities Services.
Academic facilities on the undergraduate campus include performance venues and many practice spaces in Evans Music Center and Fir Acres Theatre. Scientists can find state-of-the art equipment in our science buildings, including an observatory and research space that is available for both faculty and students. Artists make use of the photography studio, graphic arts laboratory, painting studio, lecture room, and drawing porch. Those studying foreign languages have the Interactive Learning Center, a digital language laboratory, at their disposal in Miller Center for the Humanities. J.R. Howard Hall, the newest academic building, sets a new standard for energy efficiency and adaptability in Lewis & Clark’s use of “green” architectural materials to minimize the building’s ecological impact.
The Frank Manor House, a 35-room Tudor-style mansion, serves as the administrative core of Lewis & Clark. It houses the offices of Admissions for the College of Arts and Sciences, the President, General Counsel, and the Business Office. Its Armstrong lounge is open to general use.
The Albany Quadrangle, named for Lewis & Clark’s origin as Albany College, was extensively renovated and expanded in 2002. It houses the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; the offices of Academic Advising, Overseas and Off-Campus Programs, Student Support Services, Health Promotion and Wellness, Summer Sessions, and the Writing Center; and the Dovecote Cafe.
Agnes Flanagan Chapel is a distinctive 16-sided structure that houses an 85-rank Casavant organ to the chapel. With seating for 600 people, the chapel serves as a meeting place for lectures, musical performances, and religious services. It also houses the office of the dean of the chapel.
Templeton Campus Center
Templeton Campus Center is home to two dining areas run by Bon Appétit: Fields Dining Room and the Trail Room. The Dubach Computer Lab provides access to both Macintosh and Windows computers. The Council Chamber hosts many of the major speakers who come to Lewis & Clark.
All the major undergraduate student organizations and many administrative offices directly serving students are located in Templeton. Facilities include the offices of Bon Appétit Food Service, Campus Living, College Outdoors, International Students and Scholars, Multicultural Affairs, the registrar for the College of Arts and Sciences, Student Activities, Student and Departmental Account Services, and Student Financial Services. The Career Center, the Bookstore, Student Health Service, and Mail Room are also located in Templeton Campus Center.
The law school’s complex overlooks Tryon Creek State Park. The Paul L. Boley Law Library is home to a collection of over half a million volumes and has been designated as a Patent and Trademark Depository Library by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Other facilities at the law school include the Chester E. McCarty Classrooms building and the Gantenbein Building, which houses law admissions, Career Services, and student organizations. The Legal Research Center houses a cafeteria, student lounge, faculty offices, research facilities, meeting rooms, and student services. Wood Hall houses the environmental and natural resources and business law programs as well as faculty and staff offices, classrooms, student organization offices, a computer lab, a reading room, and a rare books room.
In 2000, the Lewis & Clark campus was enlarged to include the 18-acre former Hamilton F. Corbett estate. This land is now the location of Rogers Hall, which was completely remodeled in 2001 and is home to the graduate programs in education and counseling.
In 2001, Sue D. Cooley, widow of Edward H. Cooley, the founder and longtime head of Precision Castparts Corporation, donated the Cooley family home for use as a presidential residence. In addition to serving as the president’s home, the newly renovated Cooley House provides a venue for hosting a variety of Lewis & Clark functions.