The Aquatics Center houses a six-lane, 25-yard competition pool with a movable bulkhead.
Arend Hall houses 100 women and 74 men in single, double and triple rooms.
Auld House is home to Whitworth's human resource services and payroll offices.
Baldwin-Jenkins Hall is a freshman residence hall, with 84 residents living in Jenkins and 80 living in Baldwin. A common lounge area joins the two wings.
Ballard Hall, originally constructed in 1914, is a residence hall for 62 women and is the sister hall to McMillan.
Boppell Hall houses 84 mostly upper-division students in apartment-style suites that include two bedrooms, private bathrooms, and common living areas with kitchenettes and storage spaces.
Cowles Memorial Auditorium seats 1,250 people for lectures, theatre, dance, music performances and other events that take place throughout the year. The theatre department's offices are also located in this building.
Cowles Music Center was expanded and renovated in 2016. This facility features 21,000 square feet of new rehearsal spaces for choral and instrumental ensembles, teaching studios, practice rooms and faculty offices.
Diana Marks Field is home to Whitworth's softball team.
Dixon Hall serves as one of the university's primary classroom buildings. Offices for the School of Education and the psychology department are located here.
Duvall Hall is home to 164 students in all four class levels. Duvall features multi-bedroom units that house up to 10 students; each unit includes a private living room and bathroom.
Eileen Hendrick Hall houses the Whitworth Intercultural Center and the International Education Center.
The Eric Johnston Science Center is home to the offices of the engineering & physics and math & computer science departments. The building includes classrooms, labs, two greenhouses, a science library and an auditorium.
Graves Gymnasium houses kinesiology & athletics classes and a number of intramural activities. Some athletics coaches' offices are also located here.
Hardwick House is home to the office of alumni & parent relations and annual giving. Alumni are always encouraged to drop in!
Harriet Cheney Cowles Memorial Library features computers with specialized software, quiet and collaborative spaces, and Composition Commons, which provides writing support for students. Whitworth's librarians help students discover thousands of print and digital resources to meet their research needs.
Hawthorne Hall features seven classrooms and two computer labs. It also houses the offices of continuing studies, institutional advancement, university communications and The Whitworth Foundation.
The Hixson Union Building is home to the campus bookstore, post office, Mind & Hearth Coffee House, café, dining hall, multipurpose room, and offices for The Whitworthian (student newspaper), Natsihi (yearbook), and Whitworth.fm, the university's online radio station. The HUB also houses offices for the Associated Students of Whitworth University, the student life division, student employment, educational-support services, career services and residence life.
The Lied Center for the Visual Arts features teaching studios for ceramics and sculpture, drawing, mixed media, painting and printmaking, a computer-graphics laboratory, and the Cowles Student Gallery and Bryan Oliver Gallery.
The Lindaman Center houses the offices of the philosophy, sociology, political science and communication studies departments, as well as the Student Success Center.
McEachran Hall is home to the offices of the president, academic affairs, finance & administration, the registrar, student accounts and financial aid.
McMillan Hall is Whitworth's original building, opened in 1913; it once housed all of the institution's classrooms, offices, residence rooms and the dining hall. "Mac" is now an all-male residence hall that is home to 83 men and is the brother hall to Ballard.
MacKay Hall houses the admissions office.
Omache Field covers 120,000 square feet and includes a 240-by-400-foot playing area for Ultimate Frisbee, soccer, flag football, bubble ball, and other intramural and recreational sports.
Paul Merkel Field, located behind the fieldhouse, is home to Whitworth's baseball team.
Oliver Hall is a 170-student residence hall that houses members from all four class levels in single, double and triple rooms. Oliver features unique common areas, large-group and small-group meeting spaces, and study areas.
The Pine Bowl and Boppell Track facility is home to Whitworth's football and track & field teams, as well as women's lacrosse, starting in spring 2019. The Pine Bowl's grass field was upgraded to artificial FieldTurf in summer 2017. A new press-box facility, which will include concessions, luxury viewing areas, restrooms, and an updated alumni area, also is planned.
Robinson Science Hall houses the biology, chemistry and health science departments, and includes classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, instrumentation and research facilities.
Schumacher Hall houses the Whitworth Health & Counseling Services Center.
The Scotford Strength & Conditioning Center houses the strength and conditioning equipment for varsity athletics.
The Scotford Tennis Center/Cutter Tennis Courts includes six courts – three outdoor and three indoor in an inflated, all-weather tennis bubble.
Seeley G. Mudd Chapel is the venue for morning community worship and evening student-led services. A planned $2.8 million addition and remodel of the building will create the Beeksma Family Theology Center, which will house the theology department, the Office of Church Engagement and campus ministries.
The soccer complex houses the field for men's and women's soccer, along with a press box shared with the softball field.
Stewart Hall is a co-ed freshman residence hall with four-person, suite-style rooms.
Tacoma Hall houses the Marriage & Family Therapy Wellness Center and the Northwest Autism Center.
The University Recreation Center (U-Rec), opened in 2013, includes three basketball courts, a large cardio and weight-training room, an elevated track, a rock-climbing and bouldering facility, and the outdoor recreation office.
The Village consists of three buildings that offer a home-like experience in mostly single rooms.
Warren Hall is the largest of Whitworth's residence halls, with 220 residents in three wings.
Westminster Hall is home to classrooms, as well as the department offices for English, world languages & cultures, theology, and kinesiology & athletics.
Weyerhaeuser Hall serves as one of Whitworth's primary classroom buildings and is home to the Whitworth School of Business and the history department. The Weyerhaeuser Center for Christian Faith & Learning, the H.H. "Larry" Larison Trading Room for the student investment group, and the Dornsife Center for Community Engagement are also housed here.
The Whitworth Fieldhouse is the venue for basketball and volleyball games and practices; it also houses batting and pitching cages, a ballet loft, and indoor track & field facilities. The James P. Evans Athletic Training Center is located in the fieldhouse.