A beautiful campus that feels like a private college
The Ellsworth campus is located in the north part of Iowa Falls, a scenic city with the Iowa River running right through it. The main campus includes 14 buildings (four are housing units), a beautiful blend of historic and modern architecture. The south Robert & Arlene Hamilton campus includes the impressive Ellworth Equestrian Center and the state-of-the-art Agriculture & Renewable Energy Center.
Agriculture & Renewable Energy Center is located on Highway 65 just south of Iowa Falls at 707 Ellsworth Avenue. It houses the agriculture, animal science, biotechnology and renewable energy programs, as well as a metrology lab.
Bullock Jones Hall contains the English and criminal justice departments, as well as offices for Iowa Valley Continuing Education.
Calkins Nature Area (Calkins Campus) is a cooperative project with the Hardin County Conservation Board and the Ellsworth College Trustees. The 76-acre farm, wildlife, and natural resource "laboratory" is open to the College (our conservation technology classes meet here frequently) as well as the community. Located along the Iowa River, the beautiful tract includes prairie, forest, and wetland environments. The nature center and museum, built in 1996, houses a laboratory and classroom, conference room, and museum exhibits.
College Apartments were constructed to offer students an alternative to residence hall accommodations.
Ellsworth Equestrian Center is located on Highway 65 just south of Iowa Falls at 705 Ellsworth Avenue. It opened in 2009 and houses the equine programs and is host to many events throughout the year.
Dale Howard Family Activity Center is one of the newest additions on campus. The Center includes a student lounge, snack bar, fitness center, indoor running track and Physical Education and Athletic Training departments.
Gentle Student Center includes a snack bar, cafeteria, student store, bookstore, meeting rooms, and a formal dining room. It also houses administrative offices, student services, student activities, student health, and athletic offices.
Kruse-Main houses the Osgood Library, development office, Hamilton Auditorium, the music and art departments, and the Academic Center for Excellence/ACE. It also contains the offices of the Ellsworth Foundation.
Physical Education Complex includes courts for basketball, tennis, volleyball, and racquetball plus areas for weight training and wrestling. It also includes locker rooms, a training room, custodial offices, and an equipment room. An indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, and locker rooms were built as a result of an Ellsworth Board of Trustees fund drive. Outdoor recreational facilities include tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, and basketball courts.
Math-Science Building houses biology, physics, physical sciences, chemistry, conservation technology, pre-engineering and mathematics classrooms and offices.
McClure Hall contains the nursing and medical assisting classrooms and offices.
Reg Johnson Hall houses the business, computer science, retail marketing, fashion merchandising, speech, social science, psychology and office careers programs and offices, an ICN classroom, and computer labs. Buena Vista University offices are also located in this building.
Thompson Residence Hall includes dorm rooms, lounges, study spaces, laundry and recreational facilities for men.
Trades & Industry Building houses the construction technology program and Greenbelt Alternative High School.
Wall Residence Hall includes dorm rooms, lounges, study spaces, and laundry facilities for women and men.