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Academic/Administrative

635 College StreetThe Writing Center
Writing Center and writing program office
Office of Summer Programs

726 Church Street
Human Resources
Office of Institutional Research and Planning
Payroll
Spiritual Life Director

Alumni House—613 College Street
Office of Alumni and Parent Relations
Office of the Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs

Campbell Hall (originally North College)
Belmark Associates
Kemper Lab

Campus and Community Outreach Center—located in the Liberal Arts in Practice Center, 703 Emerson St.

Career Services—located in the Liberal Arts in Practice Center, 703 Emerson St.  

CELEB—The Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Education at Beloit, located at 437-439 E. Grand Ave., in downtown Beloit.
Colman Foundation Ventures Laboratory
Gallery ABBA (student-run art gallery)
Mapletree Studios
Myers Institute for the Art of Business and the Business of Art
WISE ("What is Social Excellence?" ) Foundation

Center for the Sciences
the atrium
Porter Brown Auditorium (room 150)
Keefer Kang Conference Room

Colman Foundation Ventures Laboratory—located in the Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Education at Beloit (CELEB).

Community-Based Learning—located in the Liberal Arts in Practice Center, 703 Emerson St.

Counseling Center, Porter Hall

Eaton Chapel
Kwok classroom (main floor)
Miles Music Center (lower level)

Development—619 College Street
Office of Development
Office of Alumni and Parent Relations & Annual Support

Gage House—609 College Street
Development offices

Gallery ABBA—Located in the Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Education at Beloit (CELEB).

Godfrey Anthropology Building
Godfrey lobby
Godfrey lounge (dedicated to Pres. Croneis, but not named after him)

Health Center, Porter Hall

Hendricks Center for the Arts, 409 Pleasant St.

Human Resources and Payroll Office, 726 Church St. (1st floor)

[Office of] International Education, 717 Chapin Street

Intercultural Center, 609 Emerson St., lower level

Jeffris-Wood Campus Center (see Pearsons Hall)

Learning Enrichment and Disabilities Services—Pearsons Hall (2nd floor)

Liberal Arts in Practice Center, 703 Emerson St.
Campus and Community Outreach Center
Career Services
Community-Based Learning

library—not capitalized as a generic term. (formal name: Col. Robert H. Morse Library and Richard Black Information Center OR Morse Library and Richard Black Information Center.)
Archives
ISR Training Room
Richard Black Information Center
north study lounge (main level)
northwest lounge on the lower level
Paula Black Seminar Room, lower lever/Archives

Logan Museum of Anthropology (in Memorial Hall)
Ciaccio Exhibition Area (southwest corner of 2nd floor)
Kohler Co. Resource Library
James E. Lockwood Jr.'34 Exhibition Area (southeast corner of 2nd floor)
Christine and Robert Shaw Gallery (2nd floor)
Szold Room (seminar and resource room at top of original staircase)
Andrew H. Whiteford Curatorial Center ("the cube")
Beloit College Museums Gift Shop

Mayer Hall
Information Services and Resources (ISR) Division
Morgan Room (1st floor; large lecture theatre)
Wilson Theatre (1st floor)
Wood Room (2nd floor)

Memorial Hall (now Logan Museum of Anthropology)

Middle College
Campbell Plaza (do not use "Red Square" in print)
Office of Administration (vice president for administration)
Office of Admissions first floor (vice president for enrollment services)
Office of the Dean (provost and dean of the college)
Office of the President

Morse-Ingersoll Hall (M-I)
M-I lounge (w/fireplace)
Richardson Auditorium

Myers Institute for the Art of Business and the Business of Art—Located in the Center for Entrepreneurship in Liberal Education at Beloit.

Neese Performing Arts Complex
box office
costume shop
Kresge Theatre
Mouat Family Plaza (in front of building)
Neese Theatre (main auditorium, 300 seats)

Payroll Office—726 Church St. (1st floor)

Pearsons Hall (Jeffris-Wood Campus Center, campus center, Pearsons Hall)
Accounting Office
annex
Business Services
computer lab
D.K.'s Snack Bar
game room (lower level)
Director of Intercultural Affairs office
Hales Gallery
Java Joint
Learning Support and Disabilities Services (2nd floor)
mail center
main dining room
Mathers Room A and B
Mead Room
Moore Lounge (2nd floor)
Registrar's Office
Security and Safety Office
Spirituality Room
Student Affairs Office (Dean of Students, Residential Life, Student Engagement and Leadership, Round Table, WBCR, other student organization offices)
Student Financial Services
TV lounge, not the smoking lounge (formerly the Breeze Cafe)
Weeks Lounge

Pettibone World Affairs Center (see World Affairs Center)

Smith Building
art department facilities: painting studios, computer art studio, seminar room, darkrooms, weaving studio
Physical Plant Office (1st floor and lower level)
print shop (lower level)

South College
Help Yourself program (Beloit Academy and Pre-Collegiate Program)
TRIO programs: Upward Bound, Student Support Services, Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program 

Turtle Creek: The Beloit College Bookstore—444 E. Grand Ave., downtown Beloit

World Affairs Center (WAC) (Pettibone World Affairs Center)
Hall of Flags
north lounge (Baldwin Room)
Secretarial Services
south lounge (Bunge Room)

Wright Museum of Art
(includes Wright Museum of Art and its administrative offices, in addition to academic space for offices, classrooms, and studios)
the courtyard
drawing studio
Logan Room (art classroom with paintings)
main gallery (behind the courtyard)
Neese Gallery (2nd floor)
north gallery
south gallery
Wanda Hollensteiner Gallery
annex: sculpture and printmaking studios

Writing Center—635 College St.
Writing Center and writing program offices
Office of Summer Programs