The SUU Campus

Monday, September 22, 2014



I got a request for some pictures of the campus here at SUU so I thought I would post them today! I walked around campus for about half an hour on thursday evening and snapped these pictures before the sun went down. I didn't get everything I was hoping to so I will most likely end up doing another post of pictures but I think these will show the basics. 

Also, these images aren't tagged but please don't steal them!

This is the main area of campus. Surrounding this grassy area is the business building (the slanted roof on the left), the ELC, the library, and the student center.




That's the library on the left with the sun flair and the weird shaped top. On the right is the Student Center. (Below)

This is one of the sets of stairs that goes to the upper part of campus

The building on the left is the ELC (Electronic Learning Center) and the Building in the middle/right is the Art and English building. It has an art display in the basement and the top floor is the English department. 

This building is the Art/English building (same as above)

This is the bell tower. It is part of a huge tradition here. During our first week on campus all of the current students and staff line up by the bell tower and the incoming freshman walk under it in the direction of the rising sun. You aren't aloud to walk under it again until graduation day when you all line up in your caps and gowns and walk under it again in the direction of the setting sun. It's a fun tradition and one of the coolest things I have ever done. 



 This is the education building. I've only been in there once so I don't really know much about it. 

One of the walkways. Some of the leaves have already started to change colors but I can't wait until all of them have!

I can't remember how to spell the name of this statue but this horse fought through a horrible winter in order to bring the original building materials for the school. He is known as our founder. 



 I wish I had gotten a few shots inside of here! It's basically just a big circle that you can walk around. It has philosophers, Shakespeare (We are known for the shakespeare festival, after all), and a few others I can't remember. 




There are a few things I missed like the Globe Theater, Science building, and PE building, but I think this gives a good overall view. Our campus is pretty small and you can walk from one side to the other in about 5 minutes which is really nice when you are running late for class! The majority of campus is also one big square with multiple ways to get pretty much anywhere, also very nice. Let me know if you guys have any other questions!



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