Catch a glimpse of campus.
If you can’t make it to campus or just want to know where you’re going when you get here, you can take a tour of campus with our interactive map above. Just click on a location for more information.
Catch a glimpse of our community.
The Trojan Center is DSU's student union. The TC, as it’s called by students, has dining facilities, the DSU bookstore, student organizations and other activities. Enjoy a bagel or coffee from Einstein Bros. Bagels, open to the campus and the community.
The College of Business & Information Systems makes its home in East Hall. The DSU Center of Excellence is located here along with many of the computer and business courses. In 1901, it was built for $30,000 out of Sioux Falls granite.
The College of Education is located in the Kennedy Center. When you're in the building, check out the hallway artwork Environmental Interface by Sheldon D. Hage.
Beadle Hall is home to the liberal arts side of DSU's College of Arts & Sciences. Most art courses are held here. Built in 1886, it is the oldest public building in all of South Dakota that has continually been used for the same purpose.
Tunheim Classroom Building (TCB)
The TCB holds classrooms equipped for production of online and distance courses along with animation labs and an audio studio. It is also home to the Stratmeyer Auditorium, where DSU Discover Days are held. The TCB used to be the Women's Gymnasium.
First Bank & Trust Art Gallery
The First Bank & Trust Art Gallery aspires to provide DSU students, faculty, and the Madison community with space and support for art exhibitions.
Karl E Mundt Library and Learning Commons
The Karl E Mundt Library and Learning Commons features books, magazines, audio books, DVD's and tons of online resources. The library is also home to tutoring, First Bank Art Gallery, DSU Archives and the Karl E Mundt Archives.
In Lowry Hall, you will find Information Technology Services including the Help Desk which can assist you with computer related questions. The K-12 Data Center is on 2nd floor. Lowry sits on a former outdoor theater, Garden Theater, which held 2000 people.
Habeger Science Center
Habeger Science Center houses the math and science part of the College of Arts and Sciences. It also has high-tech biology and chemistry labs along with the Math Center. The Habeger Science Center went through a $6.3 million dollar renovation in 2010.
Smith Zimmermann Museum
The Smith Zimmermann Museum is home to the Lake County Historical Society. The Museum houses a number of exhibits based on Lake County history including early technology, communication, agriculture and the like. Admission is free.
Conveniently located next to the TC, Higbie Hall is a co-ed hall that accommodates the First Year Residence Experience (FYRE) program. This hall has large a lobby with big screen TV, wireless network access, kitchen, private study room and laundry.
Zimmermann Hall is an all male residence hall that accommodates FYRE program. This hall has a large lobby with TVs, wireless network access, kitchen, private study room and laundry. It is connected to the Trojan Center.
In Heston Hall, you will find student services such as admission, records, financial aid, cashier and career services. Heston is also home to the President’s and VPs’ offices. Heston Hall was formerly Madison Community Hospital.
Emry Hall is a co-ed hall that houses upper-class students, with one floor dedicated to FYRE students.This hall has wireless network access, private study rooms, laundry, kitchens, carpeted hallways, lounge area with big screen TV and air conditioning.
Richardson Hall is a co-ed residence hall for upper-classman located across the street from the Trojan Center. This hall has wireless network access, private study rooms, laundry, a kitchen and air conditioning. It largest residence hall on campus.
The DSU Fieldhouse is the home of the DSU Trojans. Indoor sports are played here, both collegiate and intramural, along with housing the Athletic Department. The Fieldhouse recently underwent renovations including flooring, bleachers, lobby and press box.
Dakota Prairie Playhouse
Dakota Prairie Playhouse and Conference Center holds a variety of conferences, plays, and receptions. It is open to the public for rental and offers a 400+ person auditorium and conference room.
The Community Center is a cooperative effort between the City of Madison and DSU. Facilities include a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, gyms, racquetball courts, fitness area, aerobic room, walking track, and a climbing wall. Use by DSU students is free.
Trojan Field has a football field, all-weather track and lighted stadium. An interesting fact about DSU athletics, all the sports teams from 1942-1945 were all female, including the 1945 football squad.
8-Plexes were built in 2001 and are located three blocks north of the main campus. These units provide apartment style-living to students who are at least in their second year of their university experience. The apartment complex has 8 three-bedroom units
Beacom Institute of Technology
The Beacom Institute of Technology is the newest building on campus in 30 years, and is a resource for the entire university.
Learning Engagement Center (LEC)
The Learning Engagement Center (LEC) houses the offices of Career Services, International Programs, Academic Support and Student Success.
The Courtyard residence hall opened in the fall semester of 2017. This new facility is home to 107 students who are in at least their second year of university experience. The entire residence hall is on one floor.