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Campus Facilities


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. 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

Alverno Hall

Alverno Hall houses both men and women, divided by floor, including a mix of first-year and upper-class students. Alverno also contains the university Health Offices, a 24-hour fitness room and the Vista Lounge, which overlooks the Stark Student Center. Read More »

Baxter-DiGiovanni Center

Baxter-DiGiovanni Center

The Baxter-DiGiovanni Living and Learning Center houses upperclassmen in apartment-style living suites. Read More »

Bishop Mueller Field

Bishop Mueller Field

Bishop Mueller Field is the home of the Briar Cliff University baseball and softball teams. Read More »

Bishop Mueller Library

Bishop Mueller Library

The Bishop Mueller Library offers more than 100,000 print and electronic resources. And don’t forget about the friendly, helpful staff! Read More »

Briar Cliff Theater

Briar Cliff Theater

This building is the home of the BCU theatre department, which puts on several productions throughout the year. Read More »

Chapel of Our Lady of Grace

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. Read More »

Charger Practice Dome

Charger Practice Dome

The Charger Dome is a 44,000-square foot indoor athletic practice facility, located just across the river in South Sioux City, Neb. Read More »

Faber Field

Faber Field

Faber field is the home field for the Briar Cliff men’s and women’s soccer teams. Read More »

Guarneri Practice Fields

Guarneri Practice Fields

The Guarneri field complex serves as a practice site for the BCU football and soccer programs. The fields are also used for intramural competition. Read More »

Heelan Hall

Heelan Hall

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. Read More »

McCoy-Arnold Center

McCoy-Arnold Center

The McCoy-Arnold Center houses the Briar Cliff weight room and the Charger Wrestling Complex. Read More »

Newman Flanagan Center

Newman Flanagan Center

The Newman Flanagan Center, which is 80 percent underground, is home to Ray Nacke Court (basketball and volleyball) and most of the Briar Cliff athletic offices. Read More »

Noonan Hall

Noonan Hall

Noonan Hall is home to men and women students, along with most of the University administrative offices. Read More »

North Hall

North Hall

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. Read More »

Stark Student Center

Stark Student Center

This multi-functional facility contains the Briar Cliff cafeteria, student development offices, a stage, a pub and game area, three reception rooms, a small conference room, a mail service and the Clausen Art Gallery. Read More »

Toller Hall

Toller Hall

Toller Hall houses first-year men and women at Briar Cliff. Read More »