Advanced Technology and Science Hall – houses the departments of Computer Science, Chemistry, and Geology, Geography and the Environment.
Aebersold Student Recreation Center – houses the Office of Campus Recreation, climbing wall, gymnasiums, pool, health fitness center, and Office of Intramurals and Club Sports.
Art Building – houses the Art Department and art studios, with the exception of metalsmithing, sculpture, fibers, and ceramics.
Art Ceramics Building – houses the ceramics studio.
Art Metalsmithing Building – houses the metalsmithing studio.
Bailey Library – houses the library faculty and staff, Academic Services Department, Tutorial Center, Academic Advisement Center, and the Office of Career Education & Development, a laptop loan center, T & B Naturally Coffee House, the University’s Archives, Smart Classroom, and Center for Excellence in Teaching, Education Technology, and Frederick Douglass Institute.
Boozel Dining Hall
Carruth Rizza Hall – houses the International Services Office, Couseling and Development Department, Gerontology Program, and classrooms.
Center for Lifelong and Community Learning – houses the the Institute for Learning in Retirement.
Childcare Center – The SGA Child Care Center is located in McKay Education Building.
Counseling & Development Training Facility – houses some of the Counseling and Development faculty and classrooms.
Critchfield Park – Baseball Stadium.
Dinger Building & Annex (adjacent to Morrow Field House) – houses the Public Health and Social Work Department and classrooms.
Egli Soccer Field
Eisenberg Classroom Building – houses the Dean, College of Business, Information and Social Sciences, Departments of Communication, and the School of Business (Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing,Management), as well as the Rocket Newspaper, a computer lab, Government Contracting Assistance Center, and classrooms.
Fowler Building – Institute for Learning in Retirement.
Gail Rose Lodge – Reception area-overlooks Thompson Field.
Hickory Corner School – Restored one room School House.
Kraus Hall – Residence Hall, Closed for 2012-2013.
Leadership Development Center – houses the Leadership Development Department.
Lowry Center – houses the Department of Military Science (AROTC).
Macoskey Center for Sustainable System Education and Research (Harmony House) – a laboratory that promotes sustainability.
Maintenance Building(s) – houses the offices of Construction Design and Maintenance, and Facilities & Planning.
Maltby Center – houses the Offices of Financial Aid, Information and Administrative Technology Services, the Support Services Help Desk, Veteran’s Affairs, the Martha Gault Art Gallery, the TV Production Studio and the Associate Provost for Information and Administrative Technology Services.
McKay Education Building – houses the Dean, College of Education and Departments of Elementary Education, Secondary Education/Foundations of Education, and Special Education, classrooms, Child Care Center, an ITV (distance ed.) classroom and a dance studio.
McKeever Environmental Center – located in Sandy Lake PA, run by Slippery Rock University.
Mihalik-Thompson Stadium Complex – includes Dispirito Field, Lennox Track, Bejbl Weight Training Facility.
Miller Auditorium – houses the University’s largest performance space and Theatre Department. Closed for 2012-2014.
Morrow Field House – houses the Departments of Physical Education and Dance, Office of Intercollegiate Athletics, gymnasium, racquetball courts, track, wrestling area, swimming pool, a dance studio, equipment room, and classrooms.
Myford Art Sculpture Building – houses the sculpture studio.
North Hall – houses SRU's Welcome Center, including the Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions, Retention Services, Orientation, and the Associate Provost for Enrollment Services. North Hall is also a co-ed residence hall.
Old Main – Main Administrative Building – houses The President’s Office, Provost’s and Vice Presidents' Offices, and Contracts, Purchasing, Accounting Services, Academic Records and Summer School, Diversity & Equal Opportunity, University Public Relations, Web Communications, Human Resources, Assistant Vice President for Finance, Institutional Research, Advancement Services, Annual Giving, Budget and Fiscal Planning, Assistant Vice President for Student Services, Internal Audit, Payroll, SRU Foundation, Perkins Loan Office, Sports Information offices, and Office of Student Conflict Resolution.
Old Thompson Field – used for teaching Physical Education activity courses.
Patterson Hall – houses the offices of Grants and Sponsored Research, the departments of Exercise and Rehabilitative Sciences, Parks and Recreation, Criminology and Criminal Justice, the Honors Program, and the Fibers studio.
Physical Therapy Building – houses Dean, College of Health, Environment, and Science and School of Physical Therapy classrooms and labs.
Police Station – University Police, and Office of Environment Health and Safety.
Regional Learning Alliance (RLA) – Slippery Rock's Regional Learning Alliance is located in the Cranberry Woods Corporate Office Park just off exit 78 (Route 228) of I-79. This state-of-the-art facility serves as SRU's primary off-campus instructional site.
Residence Hall - Building A – Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall and Living and Learning Communities.
Residence Hall - Building B – Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall and Living and Learning Communities.
Residence Hall - Building D – Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall and Living and Learning Communities.
Residence Hall - Building E – Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall and Living and Learning Communities.
Residence Hall - Building F – Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall and Living and Learning Communities.
Rhoads Hall – Student Health Services and Counseling Center. Rhoads Hall is also a co-ed residence hall.
Rock Apartments – Co-ed Residential Apartments.
Ski Lodge – houses University’s Outdoor Recreation Center.
Smith Student Center – houses Student Center Operations, Student Life Administration, Conference Services, Cooperative Activites, the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, Multicultural Development, the Women's Center, the Assistant Vice President for Student Development, Student Government Association, AmeriCorps, Greek Life, LGBTQ Resource Center, Family Connection, the SGA Bookstore & Electronic Technology Center, Starbucks, PNC Bank, Rocky's Grill, and Quaker Steak & Lube.
Spotts World Culture Building – houses departments of English, History, Philosophy, Political Science, and Professional Studies. Also houses the Women's Studies Program, the Writing Center, and APSCUF.
Stoner Instructional Complex (East & West Gymnasiums) – houses department of Sport Management, and a gymnasium, pool, classrooms and labs.
Stores Building 1 – Mailing Services and Printing Services.
Storm Harbor Equestrian Center – houses one classroom, a riding arena and 12 stables. The facility will be used for educational purposes and lessons.
Strain Behavioral Science Building – houses the Dean, College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, Departments of Modern Languages and Cultures and Safety Management, Sports Nutrition Education Resource Center, AFSCME, The Bridge Project, Gerontology Program, Program Language Center, 2 ITV (Distance Ed) classrooms, and classrooms.
Swope Music Building – houses Department of Music and classrooms, practice and recital halls.
University Union – houses the Theatre department, Offices of Students with Disabilities and Parking, Special Events, the Multi-Purpose Room, WSRU Radio, and classrooms.
Vincent Science Center – houses the departments of Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Psychology, Nursing and the Planetarium.
Watson Hall - Co-ed Suite-Style Residence Hall, Living and Learning Communities, and houses the Office of Residence Life, and ID Office.
Weisenfluh Dining Hall
Women's Softball/Soccer Complex – houses coaches' offices and locker rooms.
Wright Alumni House – houses Alumni Affairs Office and Alumni Association.
Zimmerman Field Hockey Field