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- Old MainBuilt in 1870, Old Main is the College’s oldest building. The south tower was added in 1891 and the whole building was renovated in 1998. Old Main houses Academic Affairs, Admission, Alumni Engagement, Business Office, Financial Aid, Dean of Faculty, Dean of Students, Development, Enrollment Management, Graduate and Professional Studies, Human Resources, Institutional Advancement, Institutional Effectiveness, Integrative Programs, Interdisciplinary Studies, Marketing and Communications, General Education, Planned Giving, the Postal Center, President’s Office, Registrar, Smith Hall, Student Affairs, and Swing Conference Room.
- Kiekhofer Hall and Koten ChapelBuilt in 1913, Kiekhofer Hall houses Koten Chapel, the office of the Chaplain, Ministry and Service, reading rooms, a classroom, gathering room and faculty offices, modern and classical languages, English, journalism, philosophy, history of ideas and Middle Eastern North African Studies.
- Harold and Eva White Activities Center (WAC)Built in 1960 as the Student Union, the building was renamed in 1983 in recognition of donors and Trustees Harold ’35 and Eva Anderson ‘35 White. The Harold and Eva White Activities Center currently houses The Cage, Information Desk, Multicultural Affairs, Centennial Hall, Student Involvement and classrooms.
- Shanower Family FieldRenovated in 2002, Shanower Family Field was renamed in honor of Professor of Speech Communication/Theatre Emeritus Donald Shanower and his family, including his son Naval Commander Dan Shanower, who lost his life in the September 11, 2001, attack on the Pentagon. The field is home to the women’s softball team.
- Downtown NapervilleNorth Central College is just blocks away from downtown Naperville, named the “Safest City in America” in 2015. Downtown is a terrific resource to campus with dozens of restaurants, coffee shops, stores, hair salons, bookstores and more. Enjoy some Chicago-style deep dish at Lou Malnati’s, pick up the new iPhone at the Apple Store, study with your friends at the Barnes & Noble, or grab latte at Starbucks and take a stroll down the picturesque Riverwalk. Downtown Naperville offers a big city feel in a small, close-knit community—the perfect escape to hang out with friends, try out a new restaurant, or just explore for an afternoon.
- Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts CenterBuilt in 2008 and named in recognition of primary donor Dr. Myron Wentz ‘63, the building houses music and theatre practice rooms and faculty offices, the box office, 150-seat black box Madden Theatre, 617-seat Wentz Concert Hall with state-of-the-art acoustics and Schoenherr Gallery.