The Studio Art building is located above the woodsy canyon on the far east side of the campus. On the main entry level are office/studios for faculty and senior majors, a seminar/projection room, a digital media lab, a photography darkroom and a critique gallery. Downstairs are class studios for painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, and ceramics, with a partially covered patio for outdoor sculpture work and the ceramics kilns. The classroom studios are open at all hours for students currently enrolled in art classes.

Art history faculty offices are located on the third floor of the library. In the library basement is the art book collection, the Visual Resources Center with a collection of over 101,000 digitized images and 110,000 slides, a seminar/projection room and the Print, Drawing and Artist Books room, which houses original work for course study. The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, which shows four exhibits each year of significant historical and contemporary work, is located on the main floor of the library. The Edith Feldenheimer Gallery is located in the Studio Art Building and is open during exhibitions, Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. -  5:00 pm.