There’s no better way to get a feel for campus life at AIC than by coming for a visit. Check out our facilities and meet our faculty and staff.
Maybe you’re just passing through town or have a specific day that works best for you. Visits include a campus tour and meeting with an admissions counselor.
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The Lee Academic Center (LAC), immediately to the north (right) as one enters the campus from 15th Avenue, built in an octagonal shape to simulate a Navajo Hogan, serves as the main location of the college classrooms, faculty offices, and the office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs.
The lower and upper floors of the central part of the Alta Washburn Building contains the Dorothy L. Cummings Library (down the hill and facing south). It holds over 24,000 volumes, including a large section on Native American culture. The Library also houses computers for student usage.
In addition, the north side of the upper level of the Alta Washburn Building is the college’s computer lab. It can be easily accessed by the entrance located on the upper level (facing east). The Charles W. H. Scott Student Center is the college gymnasium; complete with locker rooms, showers, and the weight room.
The Alta Washburn Building, is the focal point for much of student life. The east and west wings of the two-story building serve as dormitories.
The Theodore Gannon Dormitory also houses an additional 56 students and contains a student lounge. Each room has its own bath facilities and, of course, central heating and air conditioning.
As one enters the campus from 15th Avenue, immediately to the left (south), is the distinctive Henson Memorial Chapel, built in the form of an arrowhead, which seats 250 persons.
Housed within the same building are the Administrative Offices on the first and second floors. The President’s office, Executive Vice-President’s office, Enrollment office, Financial Services Office, and Registrar’s office can be found in this building.