Carson Engineering Center
Engineering Quadrangle-Main Campus, 202 W. Boyd Street
This facility currently anchors the N corner of the Engineering Quadrangle and is located at the SE corner of Boyd Street and Asp Avenue and houses classrooms, class labs, research labs, instructional computer labs, conference rooms, administrative and faculty offices for the School of Industrial Engineering, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and the Office of the Dean.
Engineering Quadrangle-Main Campus, 110 W. Boyd Street
Located at the SW corner of Boyd Street and Jenkins Avenue this facility will be the future home of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering. The 5 story building will also house classrooms and teaching labs, flexible research and collaborative space and study/lounge spaces.
Main Campus, 200 Felgar Street
Located across the street from the Student Union the Engineering Lab is home to administrative and faculty offices for Computer Science along with research and computer labs and the University's Information Technology Operations Center.
Engineering Quadrangle, Main Campus, 850 S. Jenkins Avenue
This one of a kind facility will provide high bay practice space, bench labs, a student machine shop and house a Student Leadership Center, Information Commons and tutoring space for undergraduates in Engineering.
Engineering Quadrangle Main Campus, 865 Asp Avenue
Historic Felgar Hall houses the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering,
administrative and faculty offices, machine shop, classrooms, research centers, computer labs the Information Technology Help Desk and Engineering Library.
The building is also home to Williams Student Services Center, the hub of the advising and engineering student clubs and activities for OU Engineering students.
T-Wing Main Campus, 100 E. Boyd Street
Housed in the S, or T-Wing, of the Center are the administrative and faculty offices for the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Science, the OU Bioengineering Center along with conference rooms, teaching and research labs.
South Campus, 101 David L. Boren Blvd.
Located in the South Campus Technology Corridor, Engineering Faculty engage in cross disciplinary research in this state of the art facility. Students will find the robotics lab (REAL LAB), biomedical research labs, biomolecular and tissue labs, along with faculty and GA offices.