With our College being one of the oldest in the state and nation, it is not surprising that some of the engineering buildings are part of the University’s great tradition. We are proud that engineering is still taught is some of the hallowed halls that began engineering on this campus. Although these are old buildings on the outside, the interiors still feature state-of-the art labs and classrooms to educate tomorrow’s engineers and computer scientists.
In addition to our historic areas, many buildings and roads have changed at the Capstone due to increased enrollment. If you have not visited campus lately, you will be greatly surprised at the new additions. In just the last five years, the north end of campus is completely different with the additions of Riverside, Lakeside and Ridgecrest residence halls and the expanding Science and Engineering Quad.