The Briar Cliff campus includes three academic buildings (including a theater), four residence halls, a student center, a chapel, a library, an arena, athletic fields and an additional athletic facility.
The fully wired campus is convenient for all students who bring computers and those who rely on the campus labs. Each residence hall room is wired for the Internet and campus network system and each residence hall has multiple student computer labs that are accessible 24 hours a day. Many of the labs in the academic buildings are also accessible 24 hours a day.
In addition, Briar Cliff owns athletic practice fields and an indoor practice dome in neighboring South Sioux City, Neb.
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Alverno Hall houses both men and women, divided by floor, and a mix of first-year and upper-class students.
The Baxter-DiGiovanni Living and Learning Center houses upperclassmen in apartment-style living suites.
Bishop Mueller Field
Bishop Mueller Field, which consists of both a baseball and softball field, was dedicated in 1982. Due to his interest in athletics, the field was named after Robert Mueller, former Bishop of the Sioux City Diocese.
Briar Cliff Theater
The Theatre Box Office is open a week before opening night. Call 712-279-5542. Tickets are $8/adults, $6/senior citizens and children. Free for Military and BCU students.
Chapel of Our Lady of Grace
The Chapel of Our Lady of Grace is the place of worship for Briar Cliff students, faculty and employees, along with people from the surrounding community.
Charger Practice Dome
The Charger Dome is an indoor practice facility, located just across the river in South Sioux City, Neb.
Faber field is the home field for the Briar Cliff men's and women's soccer teams. Faber Field was created prior to the first season of men's soccer at Briar Cliff in 1991.
Guarneri Practice Fields
The Briar Cliff practice field complex sits below the McCoy-Arnold Center on the BCU campus and serves as a practice site for the BCU football and soccer programs. The fields are also used for intramural competition.
Heelan Hall is Briar Cliff's oldest and original building. It is now home to the majority of the University's academic departments and classrooms, though when it was built, it housed everything from dorm rooms to the campus chapel and cafeteria.
The McCoy-Arnold Center houses the Briar Cliff weight room and the Charger Wrestling Complex.
Newman Flanagan Center
The Neman Flanagan Center, which is 80 percent underground, is home to Ray Nacke Court (basketball and volleyball) and most of the Briar Cliff athletic offices.
Noonan Hall is home to men and women students, along with the Briar Cliff Admissions, Business, Registrar and University Relations offices.
Also known as "the art building," this two-story building houses the painting, drawing and pottery studios, as well as the art seminar room and art faculty offices.
Stark Student Center
The Stark Student Center is the hub of campus. The multi-functional facility contains the Briar Cliff cafeteria, the BCU Bookstore, a stage, a pub and game area, three reception rooms, a small conference room, a mail service and the Clausen Art Gallery.
Toller Hall houses first-year men and women at Briar Cliff.