The design for the new Journalism/Technology Building provides a significant architectural and state-of-the-art academic landmark facility which includes, within one structure, the Information Technology/Distance Learning and Journalism Departments.

The Journalism/Technology Building is organized around two key features: an open exterior Courtyard and a three-story high interior central Atrium with a major skylight. The program also includes a 250-seat auditorium. The design provides a strong architectural statement of building purpose appropriate for such a major academic complex. The project included the construction of a clock tower, creating a campus identity element. 

Arrasmith, Judd, Rapp, Chovan, Inc. provided complete architectural and engineering services. 

Awards / Recognition:

Honor Award [2003]
Award for Design Excellence [2002]
'M' Award for Masonry Design Excellence [2005]