Walker Center for Arts and Sciences

The Walker Center for Arts & Sciences houses the humanities, education and mass communication components of the Petree College of Arts & Sciences. The building is a 40,000 square-foot, two-story structure with four wings and classrooms for four undergraduate and two graduate divisions of the college.

It features seminar and meeting rooms, a mass communications center which houses "The Campus" newspaper and OCU-TV, the University's own wireless cable television broadcasting station.

To visit a particular area of the tour, click one of the links: Administration Building, Banning Hall, Chapel, Cokesbury Apartments, Dulaney-Browne Library, Draper Hall, International House, Fieldhouse, Freede Center, Harris Hall, Fine Arts Center, Nursing School, Business School, Norick Arts Center, Panhellenic Quad., Law School, Baseball Field, Student/Faculty Center, Tennis Courts, Arts & Sciences, Walker Hall, Mass Comm, Gold Star