On September 10, 1927, President Calvin Coolidge dedicated this outdoor theatre and the Lincoln Memorial Library.
The Campanile built in 1929 at a cost of $75,000. The 165-foot tall tower on the southwest corner of the campus has 180 steps to the top. It serves as the landmark for the college as well as the community.
Built in 1957, the building is named after Harold M. Crothers, thrice acting president of then South Dakota State College (1946-1947, 1951, and 1957-1958) and former Dean of Engineering.
Taste some of SDSU’s finest dairy products at the Dairy Bar.
Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Physics building.
The Dana J. Dykhouse stadium finished in Fall 2016 will be an elite facility that will rival any at the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level with a capacity of 19,340 (up from 11,000).
The dairy building is the result of a $9.3–million construction and remodeling project. As with the original building, the new facility houses dairy husbandry and bacteriology departments as well as a dairy products laboratory and the Dairy Bar snack shop. The Davis Dairy Plant and the Alfred Dairy Science Hall were dedicated October 21, 2011.