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Campus Twilight As the sun goes down, campus lights up.

Cowley Hall of Science was built in 1965 and added onto in 1970. In addition to classrooms and laboratories, it provides office space, research facilities, a greenhouse, a planetarium, and computer labs.
Prairie Springs Science Center was built in 2018. The building is the first of two phases that will eventually replace Cowley Hall as the main building on campus for science instruction and research. Phase I includes 36 instructional labs and 22 research labs. These labs serve many departments, including Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Geography & Earth Science, Microbiology, Physics and Exercise & Sport Science. Notable labs include the River Studies Center, Radiation Center and the Anatomy & Physiology Suite.
Centennial Hall was built in 2011. The building is located in the center of campus and holds 46 classrooms, two auditoriums, and various academic and student advising departments. A large, open entryway in the building opens up to the Hall of Nations. The Hall of Nations is a meeting room which holds flags from 44 countries, representing the diversity of UWL’s international students.
Hoeschler Tower, built in 1996, is a four-sided brick and limestone structure which is approximately 9' wide, stands approximately 40' in height and houses a carillon speaker system, four clock faces and a traditional lantern.
Students walk past the Prairie Spring Science Center on a winter evening.
Graff Main Hall, built in 1909, is the original building on campus. It was designated as a historic site by the city of La Crosse in 1984 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Graff Main Hall contains classrooms, the 617 seat Hesprich auditorium, and administrative and academic department offices.
Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex serves as a multi-use venue and includes the Roger Harring Stadium, which seats approximately 6,000 fans on the home side. It also includes a synthetic turf football field, running track, soccer field, expanded locker rooms, intramural fields, and concession and training facilities. A Veterans Hall of Honor pays tribute to the contributions of America’s veterans.
Cowley Hall, Prairie Springs Science Center and the Student Union.
Dedicated in 2002, the Gazebo in Linder Forest honors the memory of students, faculty and staff who died while engaged in the education or career activities at UWL.
Opened in 2017, the 204,787 sq. ft. student center, known as "the U" is designed to provide student gathering, social areas, study areas, offices for student organizations, general use meeting rooms, performance venues, large meeting rooms, food service kitchens, dining areas, various retail spaces, and textbook rental area.