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Charleston Campus Facilities

Russell & Martha Wehrle Innovation Center

The Russell & Martha Wehrle Innovation Center will be constructed in two phases. In phase one, the current Eddie King Gym will be torn down and a new performance arena constructed. The arena will feature an open, social environment equipped with stadium-style seating, new concessions for entertaining, and a walking track. Phase two will consist of renovating the aquatic and auxiliary gymnasium areas, constructing racquetball courts and a climbing wall, and incorporating the new structure into the existing fitness center.

Russell & Martha Wehrle Innovation Center 

Clay Tower Building

Built in 1998, this state-of-the-art facility houses the University's library and science programs.

Schoenbaum Library

Located in Clay Tower Building, Schoenbaum Library offers 24/7 access to an extensive collection of online library resources as well as a traditional library collection consisting of more than 120,000 books and over 250 print journals and magazines.  Library resources and services include 25 laptops, 50 desktop computers, group study rooms for collaborative learning activities, and a friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Clay Tower Building (CTB) 

Riggleman Hall

In the center of campus, Riggleman Hall houses classrooms, lecture halls, a greenhouse, a 976-seat auditorium and stage, and administrative offices.  The Rotunda and the Erma Byrd Gallery, two of the most popular venues for campus and community events, are also located here.

Riggleman Hall (RH) 

Geary Student Union

The GSU houses lounges, an art gallery, a ballroom and several large meeting rooms. This is also the home of the cafeteria and student cafés.

Geary Student Union (GSU)  

Residence Halls

View photos and details of residence life at UC.

Erma Byrd Gallery

Learn more about the Erma Byrd West Virginia Women Artists’ Gallery

Catering and Special Events

Learn more about catering and special events at UC.