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The Peru State College Administration Building is home to the business of the College. Services housed here include Admissions, the Business Office, Financial Aid and Student Records.
Recently remodeled, the Hoyt Science Building is home to math and science on the Peru State Campus. Named for a leading science instructor, the building features biology, geology and chemistry labs.
The Jindra Fine Arts Building houses state-of-the-art choir, band and theatre facilities. The recently remodeled facility features a recording studio, a raised-roof to house a beautiful new band room, a new choir room and the Peru State College Black Box Theatre.
Located in the northwest corner of the campus, Eliza C. Morgan, named after Miss Eliza C. Morgan was opened in 1929 and features newly renovated rooms. The building houses approximately 150 women in rooms situated on four floors.
Rooms are double occupancy and furnished with two extra-long twin bunk-able beds, two desks, a dresser, closet, and vanity with sink, mirror and medicine chest. Bathrooms are centrally located on each floor. Microwaves are also located on each floor. When you walk into the Hall, you will enter through the main lobby. The main lobby is comfortably furnished and includes amenities such as a flat-screen television, and a fireplace is available for visitors or study groups to use. The kitchen is located in the basement with amenities including an oven, full refrigerator, sink, microwave, and cabinets with counter space. The basement lounge serves as a central gathering area for students hosting a recreational/study area with a fireplace, gaming tables, and television. The basement also includes a classroom and laundry facilities, available at no charge for all Morgan residents.
Visitation is allowed from 9 a.m.-midnight Monday-Sunday. Visitors must follow the posted hall escort policy. Visitors who wish to sleep in a room overnight may do so on Friday and Saturday evenings with the approval of the roommate prior to the guest’s arrival. Each guest must register with an RA on-duty upon arrival.
Featuring the college's cafeteria and student life office, the Student Center is the hub of campus life at Peru State College. Hang out with friends in the game room on the lower level of the Student Center. Play some pool, get in a game of X-Box, or relax with your favorite show on the big screen television. Hungry before bedtime? You can visit the Bob Inn, one of Peru State's three dining options, for a late night meal, too.
Named for Colonel T.J. Majors, founder of Peru State College, the T.J. Majors building houses our two largest schools, the School of Education and the School of Professional Studies. Also housed in this facility are classrooms, computer labs, faculty offices and the day care center.
Move from its original location north of campus, the Little Red Schoolhouse was rebuilt brick by brick. As part of Peru State's preparation for its 150th anniversary, the space has been converted into a visitor and interpretive center.
Originally built to house the Peru State Library, the CATS (Center for Achievement and Transition Services) Building is home to the College's free tutoring, counseling, career and other student success services.
Enjoy a cup of coffee by the fireplace, get online in the computer lab or with one of 16 laptops available or get your groove on with the baby grand piano in the PSC Library. There's lots to see and do in the library and a few quiet places to study too. The beautiful building currently hosting the library was dedicated in 1905 and has served a number of functions including a gymnasium and theatre. It has even housed an indoor swimming pool! The building was transformed into a library in 2002 and the gym-to-library transformation was featured in an article of American Libraries magazine.
Library attractions include the artist Cindy Kessler’s “Eight Windows” stained glass completed in 2006; a telescope from the 1880’s used by famed astronomer Edison Petit; and a manuscript collection from author Marion Marsh Brown.
The Al Wheeler Activity Center (AWAC),a hub for activity and student life on the Peru State College campus. In addition to athletics, the facility houses the campus health clinic, intramurals, provides opportunities for open recreation and is utilized for academic classes and other campus functions. The six million dollar renovations to the AWAC was completed in August 2008. The Peru State Fitness Center is an exercise facility intended to serve Peru State’s community of students, faculty and staff as well as members of the surrounding communities. Numerous benefits (including physical, emotional, mental and social) are derived from participation in physical activity and overall fitness. The Fitness Center and its staff are dedicated to developing and maintaining a healthy campus and community environment.
Peru State College from 1905 to 1939. W.N. Delzell Hall is a non-air conditioned, all-male residence hall that opened in 1939 and is located in the northeast corner of campus. It houses approximately 150 men.
All rooms include two built in combination desks and dressers, two closets, sink and mirror, two bookcases, and a set of bunk able extra-long twin beds. The bathrooms are centrally located on each floor. The Great Hall is located on the first floor and is comfortably furnished including amenities such as a flat screen TV and gaming system. The basement level holds a lounge which serves as a gathering point for students for recreation and study as well as the laundry facility, available at no additional cost to Delzell residents.
Anyone requesting to install a window air conditioner for medical reasons should contact the Office of Residence Life, (402) 872-2246. Medical documentation is required. Please review the “Air Conditioner Policy and Procedures”, which is posted on the website .
Visitation is allowed from 9 a.m. to midnight Monday-Sunday. Visitors must follow the posted hall escort policy. Visitors who wish to sleep in a room overnight may do so on Friday and Saturday evenings with approval of the roommate prior to the guest’s arrival. Each guest must register with an RA on-duty upon arrival.
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**Renovation of Delzell Hall is currently underway! It will be closed for the upcoming school year, scheduled to reopen Fall 2017!
Built in 1900, the newly renovated Oak Bowl is one of the nation's most picturesque settings for college football. Originally hand-dug, it rests in a natural indentation and is surrounded by its namesake, oak trees. Join the Bobcats on Saturdays this fall for smashmouth football and a great game-day vibe!
The President's House hosts all freshmen at least once their first semester and is home to many other events and parties. Home to Dr. Dan Hanson and the First Lady of Peru State College, Elaine Hanson, you're sure to visit soon!
The Centennial Complex includes six buildings: Davidson, Palmer, Clayburn, Mathews, Nicholas, and Pate Halls.
A coeducational residence hall the Centennial Complex, opened in 1967 to commemorate Peru State’s first one hundred years. The Centennial Complex is a coeducational, suite-style/apartment-style living community, located at the southwest side of campus. The Centennial Complex consists of three groups of two residence halls each, which houses sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Each suite-style unit includes two or three bedrooms, living room, and a full bathroom. Each apartment-style unit includes a kitchen, one or two bedrooms, living room, and a full bath. All units contain a love seat, arm chair, and coffee table in the living room, and a dresser, built in desks, closets, and a set of bunk able extra-long twin beds in each bedroom. The student rooms are equipped with wireless internet and cable TV. An additional kitchen is located for students to use in Davidson Hall while the recreational room is located in Palmer Hall, with amenities including a flat screen TV, gaming system, pool table, and other recreational items. Laundry facilities, located in the basement of Clayburn Hall, Davidson Hall, and Nicholas Hall, are available at no charge for all on-campus residents.
Visitation is allowed 24 hours per day with approval of the roommate and suite mates. Visitors who wish to sleep in a room overnight may do so on Friday and Saturday evenings with the approval of roommate/suite mates, prior to the guest’s arrival.
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This is what a college should look like! The Campus of a 1000 Oaks is your beautiful home away from home. The historic buildings hold the classes and professors you'll need to take that next step in life. They also hold the services you'll need to make college work. Schedule your campus tour, so that you can stand on Peru State's quad and experience the college you need for a price you can afford.
Visitors park here.