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The WSC campus is located at 1410 University Avenue, Williston, ND 58801.
Stevens Hall has been the main building on campus since 1967. Partially renovated in December of 2014, Stevens Hall houses classrooms, the Learning Commons (library), Student Services, the Teton Grill, Andrea’s (campus bookstore), the Skadeland gym, the Teton Lounge, Student Life, and administrative, staff, and faculty offices.
Stevens Hall is currently under a second phase renovation that includes the Teton Lounge, Student Life, various offices, the WSC music area, and the Leonard P. Nelson Health and Wellness Wing.
Constructed in 2011, the Science Center houses four state-of-the-art labs and offices for instructors of biology, anatomy, physics, and chemistry.
Leonard P. Nelson Health and Wellness Wing
Constructed in 1975, the Leonard P. Nelson Health and Wellness Wing houses classrooms, lab spaces, and offices for the Health, Physical Education, and Nursing programs.
This area is currently under renovation.
Thomas Witt Leach Complex (The Well)
Completed in 2004, the Well boasts a 2,200 seat sports arena, a walking track open to the community, a fitness facility, and additional faculty and athletic offices. This complex provides the College and surrounding communities a premier activity, cultural, and sports venue.
Constructed in 1977, the Crighton Building was expanded in 1993. Until fall 2015, the Crighton Building housed TrainND, faculty offices, classrooms, and labs. Since TrainND’s relocation, the Crighton Building now houses the Diesel Technology program, which includes a faculty office, classroom, and shop; Student Success Center with its offices, classrooms, and learning labs; and the Continuing Education department. The Continuing Education department provides enrichment classes, workshops, and kids' programs to the community.
Art Wood Building
Constructed in 1972, the Art Wood Building previously housed faculty offices, classrooms, and shops for the Automotive Technology and Welding programs. Since the Welding program’s move to the Western Star Career and Technology Center, or CTE, and the Automotive program’s termination, the Art Wood Building now houses Campus Services.
Western Star Career and Technology Center (CTE)
Completed in 2010, the CTE Building houses business, technology, art, welding, petroleum, and massage therapy classrooms, labs, and faculty offices. Marketing also occupies this building.
On Campus Housing
Built in 2011 and the largest residence hall at 60,800 square feet, Frontier Hall houses a maximum of 171 students. Nelson Hall, the second largest, houses 17 students. Manger and Abramson Hall both house four students each.
Phil Rabon Baseball Field and Softball Field
The Phil Rabon baseball field was constructed in 2003 and is home to Teton baseball. A softball field was added in 2015 and is home to Teton softball. Both regulation size fields are located on the north side of campus.
Williston Area Recreation Center (WARC)
A world-class 250,000+ square foot community recreation center, the WARC, or ARC, opened in Spring 2014 and is open to WSC student, faculty, and staff use. The ARC has indoor walking/running tracks, turf fields, a golf simulator, tennis courts, batting cages, cardio/weight lifting areas, multi-sport courts, a 50m Olympic-size pool, teaching pool, water park, lazy river, and kid areas.
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