The college's academic facilities boast world-class labs and classrooms as well as historic buildings celebrating the long-standing traditions of academic excellence at Davidson.
The primary classroom building and the academic center of campus, Chambers Building houses most of the classrooms for non-arts and non-science majors as well as administrative and faculty offices.
The E. Craig Wall Jr. Academic Center features teaching laboratory spaces for classroom experiments and group investigations, research labs for independent faculty research and student collaboration, faculty offices for the departments of biology, chemistry, psychology, neuroscience, and environmental science, shared faculty and student common areas to facilitate both formal and information learning, and open forum space that provides a gathering place for the campus community and encourages collaboration among faculty, students, and staff.
The centrally located E.H. Little Library houses our main collection of books, periodicals, films, and government documents. The building also contains the Center for Teaching and Learning and our special collections.
Facilities for the Physics Department provide state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment for cutting-edge education and research.
Home of the Chemistry Department, Martin Chemistry Laboratory contains labs, classrooms, and state-of-the-art instrumentation.
One of the oldest town of Davidson buildings, the Carolina Inn serves as the home for the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Built as dormitories in 1836, Elm and Oak Row are two of the oldest buildings on campus. Both buildings have been used for a variety purposes over the years including meeting and classroom space, academic offices and faculty offices.
Originally the home to a debating society founded in 1837, "Eu Hall" still houses the original ceremonial meeting rooms for the society on top floor as well as faculty offices on the bottom floor.
Hamilton House, also know as the Applied Psychology Building, contains laboratory and office space for the Department of Psychology.
Home to the Medical Humanities offices as well as the Pre-Med Program, Preyer Building served as the college infirmary for a half century before its conversion to academic space.