Facilities

It's the next best thing to being here.

This is the place to check out our facilities. You can learn more about everything from the new Kent Campus Center to the fraternities and sororities on campus. You'll also find information for how to rent our spaces for weddings, parties and meetings. The more you know about our facilities, and Simpson in general, the more you will find to like.

Amy Robertson Music Center Exterior

Amy Robertson Music Center

This 1.8 million-dollar facility was dedicated in the spring of 1983 and named for Amy Robertson, Class of 1921. The Lekberg Recital Hall seats 250 people and is used for student and faculty recitals as well as small-group presentations. More…

Ankeny Campus

Ankeny Campus

Conveniently located off I-35, our Ankeny campus is an exceptional choice for your upcoming seminars, workshops or training sessions. More…

Barker Hall

Barker Hall

Barker Hall was built in 1954, renovated in 2002, and had a 76-bed addition completed in Fall 2005. It is located at 603 N Buxton Street. Housing approximately 200 first-year students, it is the 2nd largest residential building at Simpson. More…

Tennis at Bill Buxton Tennis Complex

Buxton Tennis Complex

The Buxton Tennis Complex was renovated during 2007. The facility is comprised of six all weather hard courts. Seating for up to 200 people was added on the west side of the courts as well as a new main entrance in honor of the Buxton family. More…

Exterior of Carver Science Hall

Carver Science Center

Dedicated in October 1956, this building is named after George Washington Carver, one of Simpson’s most famous alumni. More…

Exterior of College Hall with snow

College Hall

Completed in 1870, College Hall is the oldest building on Simpson’s campus, with its last major remodeling in 1986. More…

Wrestling meet in Cowles

Cowles Fieldhouse

The Cowles Center prides itself on being a multipurpose athletic and physical education facility. More…

Dunn Library Exterior in Fall

Dunn Library

The library was completed in 1964 and named in honor of Rex A. Dunn, a Simpson alumnus. It contains more than 175,000 items, including books, periodicals, videos, DVDs and CDs. More…

Gaumer Center Exterior

Gaumer Center

The Gaumer Building is home to the communications and art department faculty offices. More…