Facilities

Main Campus


Garrett Information Enterprise Center (GIEC) - Building #100

Constructed in 2002, the GIEC serves as a center for small business start-ups.  This building has a total of 20 offices that are rented by businesses.

Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD) - Building #200

This is the primary location for the Continuing Education and Workforce Development offices and also houses classrooms and a large, dividable classroom.

Information Technology (IT) - Building #300

Originally constructed for Construction Trades in 1976, this building is not the primary location for Garrett College's IT Department along with computer labs and classrooms.

Student Center (SC) - Building #400

Constructed in 1982, this building houses the Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid as well the Bookstore and Laker Cafe.

Learning Resource Center (LRC) - Building #500

The LRC was constructed in 2006 and is used mainly as the Garrett College Library, which is open to students and the community.  Additionally, it houses the Advising and Academic Success Center.

Shaw Learning Center (LC) - Building #600

The Learning Center was constructed in 1971 and originally housed the College Library.  With the addition of the LRC in 2006, this building was converted to faculty and staff offices, classrooms, and science labs.

Fine Arts and Administration (FA) - Building #700

One of the three original buildings on campus and constructed in 1971, the FA houses Fine Arts programming, the College Auditorium, and the College's Business Office.

Athletic Center - Building #800

Built in 1971, this building housed locker rooms, a basketball court, and offices for coaches and athletics staff.  With the Fall 2012 opening of the CARC Gymnasium, this building is currently being transitioned for other uses.

Community Aquatic and Recreation Complex (CARC) - Buildings #900 and #950

Recently constructed, this building houses a state-of-the-art Fitness and Wellness Complex in two parts: an Aquatics & Recreation building and a Gymnasium.  The facility offers a full-size competition swimming pool and a therapy pool, a full fitness center that features cardio and free weight equipment, and three regulation size basketball courts, as well as office space for coaches and athletics staff and a concessions area.

Center for Adventure and Outdoor Studies (CAOS) - Building #1000

CAOS houses GC's Adventuresports Institute (ASI) and the Natural Resources & Wildlife Technology (NRWT) program.  It was built in 1999 and is home to offices, classrooms, and a small retail store selling outdoor gear, equipment and supplies.

Garrett Hall - Building #1100

Built in 1994, Garrett Hall is a 3-story on-campus residence facility offering traditional-style housing for up to 60 students.

Laker Hall - Building #1200

Built in 2006, Laker Hall is a 3-story on-campus residence facility able to house up to 128 students in an apartment-style design.  Style A consists of 4 single-student bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a common kitchen and living room.  Style B consists of 2 double-occupancy bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a common kitchen and living room.

Baseball Clubhouse - Building #1500

This building was built in 1998 and utilized for the Aquaculture Program.  In 2005, it was renovated to house the Baseball Team and provide a storage area for the Adventuresports Institute.

Baseball Practice Facility - Building #1600

Built in 2006, this building provides an indoor practice area for the Garrett Lakers Baseball Team in times of inclement weather.

Garrett Lakes Arts Festival Office (GLAF) - Building G

The Garrett Lakes Arts Festival's mission is to enrich our community with high quality performing arts and arts education.  GLAF's primary purpose is to improve the quality and increase the scope of performing arts for local residents and visitors to Garrett County.

 

Off-Campus Locations


Northern Outreach Center (NOC) - Building #3000

Located in Grantsville, Maryland, this location serves the northern end of Garrett County and is primarily used for Continuing Education and Workforce Development classes.  The Mountaintop Truck Driving Institute is also housed here.

Southern Outreach Center (SOC) - Building #4000

Located in Oakland, Maryland, the SOC serves the southern end of the county and is utilized primarily by the Continuing Education and Workforce Development Department.  Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Education Diploma (GED), and Early Childhood Education courses are just some of the programs offered here.

Career Technology and Training Center (CTTC) - Building #5000

The CTTC is located in Accident, Maryland, and is used primarily for career training and technology classes such as CEWD's welding and construction programs.