Science & Engineering Building
This advanced research facility was designed to promote interdisciplinary collaboration. With its exceptional laboratory space, the building offers opportunities for faculty and students to participate in research using some of the most technologically advanced equipment available. The building also has the state’s only nanotechnology cleanroom.
Home to the College of Urban Affairs, Greenspun Hall features cutting-edge technology including a high-definition broadcast facility for the student-run radio and television programs KUNV-FM and UNLV-TV. The building boasts energy savings, water efficiency, reduced CO2 emissions, and improved indoor environmental quality, making it the first facility on campus to be Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) gold-certified.
Carol C. Harter Classroom Building Complex
This complex is named after the university’s longest-serving president and holds nearly half of the classrooms on campus. The Office of International Programs, which helps students take advantage of study abroad opportunities, is also located here.
As the new home for the College of Hospitality, the state-of-the-art Hospitality Hall provides students with collaborative learning spaces. The building includes convertible classrooms, a student-run café, an executive learning kitchen, and a PGA golf management learning center.
Robert L. Bigelow Physics Building
Color spectrum hall banners, building walls curved like a sine wave, and an apple tree honoring Newton’s gravity realization are just a few of the scientific representations found here. The building includes physics and astronomy labs, as well as an observatory telescope.
William D. Carlson Education Building
Designed to meet the needs of teacher preparation, the William D. Carlson Education Building features the Teacher Development & Resources Library, which has an extensive collection of resources to support education professionals and teachers. In addition to the library, there is also a Parent & Family Wellness Center, classrooms, study rooms, and areas for educational testing.
As the principal and largest library on campus, Lied Library offers more than 2,500 study spaces, nearly 600 computer workstations, and group study rooms. Library faculty and staff offer individual and group instruction sessions to provide students with the skills to access information and research sources essential for academic success. A new state-of-the-art Markerspace provides an experimental space where students can prototype, tinker, and engage with group or individual projects, while four audio production studios and a video production studio enable the recording of podcasts, interviews, music performances, presentations, and more.
Thomas T. Beam Engineering Complex
Home to the College of Engineering, this complex features soil and robotics labs, a wind tunnel, a water flume, and acoustic chambers. A full-scale replica of Howard Hughes’ record-setting H-1 Racer is suspended in William Wells Great Hall.
Stan Fulton Building
Located in this building is the International Gaming Institute – the premier source of gaming research, training, and education for the gaming industry. The building also boasts an innovative gaming laboratory along with the College of Hospitality’s Bistro Café. Students get hands-on experience with casino games, technology, cooking, and restaurant management all in one place.