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Facilities and Maps

About the Education Building

Designed by A. Richard Williams, an emeritus professor of the University of Illinois School of Architecture, the prairie-style building with its Asian influences and surrounding garden and courtyards officially opened in 1964.

While the building may be approaching 40 years old on the outside, inside the walls and in the classrooms run the nerves of twenty first century technology. High speed network cables link all of the College classrooms and seminar rooms and state of the art multimedia presentation gear is built in as well.

Education Building Hours

Outside Doors, during regular U of I sessions

Monday - Thursday: 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The outside doors will remain locked on Sunday.

Google Map - Education Building
Campus Map - Education Building and Surrounding Area

Other Education Facilities on Campus

Children's Research Center (CRC)

Located on the south edge of the Urbana-Champaign campus, CRC is home to many of the research projects funded by outside grants and contracts, as well as the College-affiliated University Primary School.

Campus map of CRC and surrounding area

Colonel Wolfe School

Originally, one of the oldest schools in Champaign, a renovated Colonel Wolfe School is now home to emeritus faculty and to several of the journals maintained by the College of Education.

Campus map of Colonel Wolfe School and surrounding area

Armory Building

The University of Illinois Armory Building houses a number of graduate student offices and provides laboratory space for many of our research projects.

Campus map of Armory Building and surrounding area