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List of Penn State academic buildings


List of Penn State academic buildings

The following is a list of academic buildings within the Pennsylvania State University system.


  • University Park 1
    • Ag Hill area 1.1
    • Allen Road area 1.2
    • College of Science area 1.3
    • EMS & Engineering East area 1.4
    • EMS & Engineering West area 1.5
    • Hastings Road area 1.6
    • HUB-Robeson Center area 1.7
    • Innovation Park area 1.8
    • Intramural Building area 1.9
    • Nittany Lion Inn area 1.10
    • Palmer Museum of Art area 1.11
    • Pattee Library area 1.12
    • Rec Hall area 1.13
  • Commonwealth campuses 2
    • Abington 2.1
    • Altoona 2.2
    • Beaver 2.3
    • Berks 2.4
    • Brandywine 2.5
    • DuBois 2.6
    • Erie 2.7
    • Fayette 2.8
    • Greater Allegheny 2.9
    • Harrisburg 2.10
    • Hazleton 2.11
    • Lehigh Valley 2.12
    • Mont Alto 2.13
    • New Kensington 2.14
    • Schuylkill 2.15
    • Shenango 2.16
    • Wilkes-Barre 2.17
    • Worthington Scranton 2.18
    • York 2.19
  • References 3
  • External links 4

University Park

Note that a number of older buildings are included in the Farmers' High School Historic District added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.[1]

Ag Hill area

The Ag Hill Complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[1]

Allen Road area

College of Science area

EMS & Engineering East area

EMS & Engineering West area

Hastings Road area

HUB-Robeson Center area

Innovation Park area

Intramural Building area

Nittany Lion Inn area

Palmer Museum of Art area

Pattee Library area

Rec Hall area

Commonwealth campuses

This portion of the list excludes those buildings in which an insignificant number of courses are held or those buildings that have an obvious use other than that of academics (e.g., libraries, administration buildings, and student centers).


  • Sutherland Building
  • Woodland Building


  • Cypress Building
  • Force Advanced Technology Center
  • Hawthorn Building
  • Holtzinger Engineering Building
  • Science Building
  • Smith Building


  • General Classroom Building
  • Laboratory Classroom Building
  • Michael Baker, Jr. Building


  • Franco Building
  • Luerssen Building
  • Perkins Student Center
  • Gaige Technology and Business Innovation Building
  • Beaver Community Center
  • Boscov-Lakin Information Commons


  • Main Building
  • Tomezsko Building


  • DEF Technology Center
  • Multipurpose Building
  • Smeal Building
  • Swift Building


  • Kochel Center
  • Nick Building
  • Otto Behrend Science Building
  • Jack Burke Research & Economic Development Center


  • Biomedical Building
  • Eberly Building
  • Engineering Building
  • Williams Building

Greater Allegheny

  • Crawford Building
  • Frable Building
  • Main Building
  • Ostermayer Laboratory


  • Olmsted Building
  • Science and Technology Building


  • Butler Learning Center
  • Graham Academic Building
  • Kostos Building
  • Memorial Building
  • Physical Education Building

Lehigh Valley

  • Academic Building
  • Corporate Learning Center
  • Modular Building

Mont Alto

  • General Studies Building
  • Science & Technology Center

New Kensington

  • Activities Building
  • Blissell Center
  • Conference Center
  • Engineering Building
  • Science and Technology Building
  • Science Building


  • Classroom Building
  • Multipurpose Building


  • Forker Laboratory
  • Lecture Hall
  • Physical Therapy Building
  • Science Building
  • Sharon Hall


  • Athletics & Recreation Building
  • Nesbitt Academic Commons
  • Science Building
  • Technology Center

Worthington Scranton

  • Dawson Building
  • Gallagher Conference Center
  • Student Learning Center
  • Business Building


  • Grumbacher IST Center
  • Main Classroom Building
  • Pullo Performing Arts Center


  1. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places.  

External links

  • Campus Maps [1]

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