360 Virtual Views of Campus

Can't make a trip to campus for a tour? Just want to get a glimpse of the places you'll soon call home?

Get a 360 view of some of the buildings, classrooms, and recreational and cultural spaces on our campus.


BEH | BMC | CBC | DAY | DIN | TBE | Flashlight | BHS | LLB | BPB | SSC | TAC | TON | WRI

Frank and Estella Beam Hall (BEH)
This building is home to the College of Business and the College of Hotel Administration. Some of its features include a food service kitchen for culinary arts classes, as well as seminar rooms modeled after executive boardrooms.
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Food Service Kitchen

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Lee and Thomas Beam Music Center (BMC)
The center is the home of the music department and includes the music library, a 300-seat recital hall and lobby, a full recording studio, large band and choir rehearsal rooms, and practice rooms.
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Lobby

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Recording Studio

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Carol C. Harter Classroom Building Complex (CBC)
Nearly half of the classrooms on campus are located in this complex. One of the three buildings in this complex houses four major auditoriums.
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Lecture Hall

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Dayton Residence Complex (DAY)
Built in 2004, this three-and four-story complex is the newest residence hall on campus. All residential complexes have amenities including laundry facilities, game areas, study rooms, and Internet accessibility.
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Hazel M. Wilson Dining Commons (DIN)
This dining hall serves meals to campus residents as well as other students, staff, and faculty. Some of its amenities include seating for several hundred people, a large-screen television, and a stage area for special events.
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Dining Room

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Thomas T. Beam Engineering Complex (TBE)
This 101,000-square-foot complex houses an acoustic chamber, wind tunnel, water flume, soil, metal, robotics and other laboratories. Another feature of this complex is the full-scale replica of Howard R. Hughes' record-setting H Racer airplane suspended from the ceiling of the Great Hall of Engineering.
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Great Hall of Engineering

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Flashlight
This campus sculptural icon was designed by Claes Oldenburg. It stands 38 feet tall and weighs approximately 74,000 pounds. It serves as an institutional symbol for the UNLV campus: the "Beacon of Knowledge". The Lee Pascal Rose Garden, also pictured, is located at the foot of the academic mall.
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Rod Lee Bigelow Health Sciences Building (BHS)
This five-story building houses the offices, classrooms, and laboratories for the College of Health Sciences and the departments of health physics, nursing, radiological sciences, physical therapy, kinesiology, and environmental sciences.
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Lied Library (LLB)
The Lied Library has the capacity to store 1.8 million volumes and occupies 300,000 square feet in five stories. It has 2,500 study spaces, more than half of them with full network connections and an Information Commons with over 300 computer workstations. It also houses a small café and the university's Honors College.
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Book n' Bean Café

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Honors College Study Lounge

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Robert L. Bigelow Physics Building (BPB)
This building features a glass wall in the shape of a sine wave and multi-colored banners lining the corridor, representing the color spectrum. It is also the home of the physics department and offers teaching and research labs, demonstration labs, an astronomy lab, and a small observatory telescope.
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Student Services Complex (SSC)
The top of the building resembles a lighthouse that symbolizes the "guiding light" on campus. It houses most of the university's student services including the bursar and cashier's office, student financial services, career services, disability resource center, academic advising, and more.
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Tam Alumni Center (TAC)
The center serves as the gateway to the UNLV campus for alumni, visitors, and community members. It includes a visitor center, meeting rooms, art gallery, and climate-controlled courtyard.
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Tonopah Residence Hall (TON)
This building consists of six floors, housing both freshman and upperclassmen. It is known as the Living, Learning and Scholar Complex. All residential complexes have amenities including laundry facilities, game areas, study rooms, and Internet accessibility.
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Computer Lab

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Fitness Room

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Show Room

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John S. Wright Hall (WRI)
The building includes offices for the departments of anthropology, history, and political science. A large auditorium, lecture halls, general classrooms and seminar rooms also serve the campus.
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Anthropology Lab

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