General Information about CCS Facilities

The college campus totals 15 acres with approximately 850,000 square feet of space. The Kresge-Ford Building houses the Art Practice Department, Craft and Material Studies Department, Photography Department, Art Education Department, and Liberal Arts Department. Faculty offices, the 24 Hour Computer Lab and the Student Success Center are located 2nd floor of the building. The Arts and Crafts Café is located on the 1st floor of the building.

The Yamasaki Building houses Financial Aid, Academic Advising and Registration, Multicultural Affairs, Student Affairs, Ford Campus Bookstore, Business Services, Career Development, International Student Services, Human Resources, and Information Technology Services.

The Art Centre Building provides convenient, spacious student housing. It also houses the Mailroom and fitness room.

The historic ADM Building on Ferry Street houses the Admissions Office and the Executive Offices.

The Walter B. Ford II Building houses the Entertainment Arts Department, Illustration Department, and Foundation Department. In addition, there are several computer labs, classrooms, Audio Visual Center, and the Wendell A. Anderson Jr. Auditorium.

The Manoogian Visual Resource Center houses the Center Galleries, Facilities, Ford Campus Library, and computer labs.

The Fritz Building houses Institutional Advancement.

The A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education houses the following departments: Advertising Design, Communication Design, Fashion Accessories Design, Interior Design, Product Design, and Transportation Design as well as Graduate Studies and Academic Affairs. In addition, this facility also houses CCS student housing, 24-hour computer lab, Color & Materials Library, Community Arts Partnership, Design Core, Pre-College and Continuing Education, Imaging Center, Information Technology Services, gallery space, a full-service cafeteria, Tim Horton’s and commuter lounge. This facility is also the location of the Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies.