01 Arkansas Hall is a two-story building that contains a 965-seat auditorium as well as a 162-seat studio theatre, dance studio, HTV studio, classrooms and offices for the communication and theatre arts department.
02 Art Annex houses art studios and labs for various art classes including ceramics and photography.
03 Art Studio, a brick duplex, provides additional space for the art department and houses the Jane Ross Photo Collection, a photography studio, a conference room, and a faculty studio.
04 Baptist Collegiate Ministries
05 Barkman House is a two-story transitional Greek-Gothic design that was constructed around 1860 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Barkman House provides offices for Development and Alumni Services.
06 Bettye Wallace Tennis Center, Betty Wallace Tennis center, whose namesake has played a leading role in the promotion of women's athletics in Arkansas and throughout the nation, provides a coaches office and storage space for the tennis program.
07 Blackmon House provides offices and instruction space for the music department.
07 Caddo Cafeteria houses the campus cafeteria which is open to students, employees, guests, and the general public.
08 Caplinger Airway Science Academic Center is a two-story classroom building which houses the aviation department, mathematics and computer science department (mathematics is located in Evans Hall), military science department, and the Testing Center.
09 Captain Henderson House Bed and Breakfast provides lodging and meeting space for university and public use. The home was built in 1876 by the namesake of Henderson State University and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The two-story mansion exhibits both Queen Anne and neo-classical style.
10 Carpenter-Haygood Stadium, one of the best athletic fields in Arkansas, provides athletic dressing rooms, a press box, and seating for 9,600 people.
11 The Centurium, located on the south lawn, was presented by the Student Government Association and the student body during the 1990 Centennial Celebration.
12 Dunn Student Recreation Center, this new facility includes three basketball courts, an elevated in-door walking track, a state-of-the-art weight room, a cardiovascular room, a multipurpose room, an activities area, a bouldering wall, intramural sports and various other wellness opportunities. The Student Government Association proposed funding of the facility through a special student fee.
13 East Hall is a three-story co-ed residence hall housing 174 residents.
14 Davis-Baker Preschool, a two-story structure, houses classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, conference rooms, and the Child Service Center for Teachers College, Henderson. The University Multimedia Learning Center is located on the first floor.
15 Edwards House houses the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program and the TRIO administrative offices.
16 Evans Hall is a two-story building that houses classrooms, computer laboratories, offices for the mathematics and computer science department (computer science is located in Caplinger).
17 Field House provides offices and team facilities for baseball, softball, tennis, cross country and golf, and also provides locker rooms for visiting officials and teams.
18 Formby Athletic Center contains weight and training facilities for student athletes, and offices and team facilities for the football program.
19 Foster Hall Technology Center, a three-story structure, provides the latest in technology at the first floor student leisure lounge, and houses classrooms, training rooms, labs, conference rooms, and office space for Communication and Computer Services and the Disability Resource Center on the second and third floor. .
20 Garrison (Martin B.) Activity and Conference Center, the hub of university activities and information, provides meeting space for university and other organizations. The center houses The Oracle student newspaper, The Star yearbook, KSWH FM 99.9 radio station, Reddie Café, Reddie Bookstore, campus Post Office and Central Stores, student lounge areas racquetball courts, computer lab, conference and meeting rooms and lecture hall. . Offices for Student Government Association; Student Activities Board; University Intramurals; The Center for Student Success and Transition; The Center for Career Development; and the Office of the Director of the Garrison Center are located in the center.
21 Harvey House houses the Educational Renewal Zone partnership.
Hickory House houses the Educational Opportunity Center, Talent Search, and Veterans Upward Bound.
22 Horton House houses the Offices of University Police.
23 Huie Library is a three-story structure that contains almost one-half million items and which provides access to over 100 on-line databases to support teaching and research.
24 Huneycutt House provides office and lab space for the University of Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Station located at Henderson State.
25 International Student Center is a three-story building that provides limited student housing and houses the Office of International Programs.
26 Jane Ross House provides office, classroom, and library space for the Center for Language Proficiency and the ESL Program.
27 McBrien Hall, a three-story structure, provides offices, classrooms, labs, and conference rooms for English, foreign languages and philosophy; psychology; sociology; and social sciences, and houses administrative offices for Ellis College of Arts and Sciences.
28 Meier House houses Student Support Services. The TRIO administrative offices have moved to the Edwards House
29 Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship
30Mooney Hall provides classrooms, laboratories, and offices for the School of Business, Small Business Development Center, Student Health Services, and the University Counseling Center.
31 Newberry Hall is an eight-story residence hall housing 350 students.
32 Newberry House, a two-story brick colonial design, used as the president’s home.
33 Nursing Building, this new 11,000 square-foot building provides classrooms, a computer lab, skills labs, faculty offices, conference rooms, and a seminar room for the nursing department.
34 Oliver House provides office and classroom space for the South Arkansas Math and Science Center.
35 Pedestrian Bridge provides safe passageway over Highway 7 (10th Street) to link the east and west sides of campus.
36 Physical Plant contains the physical plant administrative offices and storage.
37 Proctor Hall provides laboratories, lecture and discussion rooms for the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.
38 Reynolds (Donald W.) Science Center provides a planetarium, greenhouse, laboratories, lecture halls, classrooms, and the offices for the physics department, biology department, and chemistry department.
39 Ross Pool House provides additional classroom space for the Center for Language Proficiency and the ESL Program.
40 Russell Fine Arts Center is a two-story building that provides instructional, studio and performance facilities, offices for the fine arts, and houses the Harwood Recital Hall and the Russell Fine Arts Gallery.
41 Smith/Garner House houses the Henderson State University Foundation.
42 Smith Hall is an eight-story structure housing 350 residents.
43 Sturgis Hall (Roy and Christine): The Honors College is a three-story structure that provides classrooms, laboratories, and offices and student housing for the Honors College.
44 Wells Building houses training rooms, campus gymnasium, swimming pool, classrooms and offices for instruction in health, physical education, recreation, and athletic training and houses the director of athletics administrative offices and team facilities for basketball, swimming, and volleyball.
45 Wesley Foundation
46 West Hall is a three-story residence hall housing 174 students.
47 Whispering Oaks is a privatized apartment complex that provides efficiency, two-bedroom, and four-bedroom apartments with a total housing capacity of 288 residents.
48 Womack Hall, a three-story structure, provides administrative offices for the president, and Provost/Vice Presidents for Academic Affairs, Finance and Administration, Student Services, and University and Community Relations. Also housed in Womack Hall are Offices of Diversity, Graduate School, Registrar, Business, Purchasing, Human Resources, Financial Aid, Residence Life, Computer and Communication Services, Institutional Research, Assessment, and Public Relations.