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The McCreless Fine Arts Center, erected in 1962, is named for the late Dr. S. E. McCreless, former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and his wife, Mrs. Lila McCreless.

The first floor includes 10 office/studios for music professors, three studios for adjunct music faculty, three organ rehearsal rooms, choral and instrumental libraries, four classrooms, a functional piano lab with eight Kurzweil electronic keyboards, a Midi Lab with keyboards and Macintosh computers and Jameson Recital Hall (formerly Akers Auditorium) with 350 seats, which is used for a wide variety of recitals and concerts. Thirty-two music practice rooms are located on the second floor. The second floor also houses the art department with four classrooms and two studios for art faculty. The Art Annex contains the fiber, ceramic and stained glass studios as well as individual studio areas.