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- Schedule a Visit The best way to see the campus is in person!
- Campus Map A printable map of the Lenoir-Rhyne campus. [PDF]
- Interactive Campus Map A Flash-based map with clickable features (and it's more fun to use!).
- Online Tour See the entire campus one facility at a time, with additional details not available on the campus map
Campus Video Tour
|P.E. Monroe Auditorium & Belk Centrum. P.E. Monroe Auditorium seats 1500 and is home to guest speakers, concerts, plays, performances and shows. Belk Centrum, which is located in the back part of the Rhyne building, is home to many guest speakers, plays and events as well.|
|The McCrorie Center houses our nursing, occupational therapy and athletic training progrmas. The McCrorie Center is also the home of the Solmaz Institute, home of the Dietetic Intership program and has a clinic to help children and families with childhood and adolescent obesity.|
|The Minges Science Building was built in 1959 and is the home for all of our Natural Science progams. Minges also houses an observatory on the third floor for Astronomy classes. We are currently in a campaign to provide a $35 million expansion and enhancement to the building.|
|The Rhyne Building is one of LR's most beautiful displays of architecture on campus and houses most of our classrooms. The Lineberger Building, located next door, houses the Office of the President and Provost, the Business Office, the Office of Advancement and the Human Resource Department.|
|The Visual Arts Building houses classrooms, art studios, galleries, a pottery kiln, offices and work areas for our art program. The art program offers majors in graphic design and studio art as well as minors in art therapy and visual arts.|
|The Mauney Music Building is home to all of our music ensembles. Here you can find studios, practice rooms, offices, the band room, choral room,|
recording and broadcasting equipment, classrooms, and our pipe organ room.