Visitor Information

Navigating Campus

Campus Map

Are you in need of a map for the entire campus? Please view or feel free to download the Kalamazoo College Campus Map for Commencement Weekend. Please note that the map is not readable by assistive technology. Please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement (, 269.337.7300) for alternative accommodation.

Kalamazoo College Campus Map for Commencement
Kalamazoo College Campus Map for Commencement

Legend to Campus Map


  1. Anderson Athletic Center
  2. Admission Center
  3. Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership
  4. Athletic Complex
    • Angell Football Field/Calder Fieldhouse
    • MacKenzie Soccer Field
    • Softball Field
    • Woodworth Baseball Field
  5. Crissey Residence Hall
  6. DeWaters Residence Hall
  7. Dewing Hall
    • Center for Career and Professional Development
    • Center for Civic Engagement
    • Center for International Programs
  8. Dow Science Center
  9. Facilities Management
  10. Fitness and Wellness Center
  11. Harmon Residence Hall
  12. Hicks Center
    • Bookstore
    • First-Year Experience
    • Health Services
    • Mail Center
    • Security Office
    • Student Development
    • Student Union Desk
    • Welles Dining Hall and Stone Room
  13. Hoben Residence Hall
  14. Hodge House (President’s residence)
  15. Hoop House
  16. Humphrey House
  17. Guest House/Jolly Garden
  18. Light Fine Arts Building
    • Dalton Theatre
    • Dungeon Theatre
    • Recital Hall
  19. Living/Learning Houses
  20. Mandelle Hall
    • Financial Aid
    • Advancement Office
    • Business Office
    • Olmsted Room
    • President/Provost Office
    • Records Office/Registrar
  21. Markin Racquet Center
  22. Natatorium
  23. Nelda K. Balch Playhouse
  24. Olds-Upton Science Hall
  25. Severn Residence Hall
  26. Stetson Chapel
  27. Stowe Tennis Stadium
  28. Trowbridge Residence Hall
  29. Tyler Little Tedrow Garden
  30. Upjohn Library Commons
    • Audio/Visual/Production Studios
    • Center for New Media
    • College Archives
    • Information Services
    • Learning Commons
    • Rare Book Room
    • The Book Club Café
  31. Lillian Anderson Arboretum is approximately two miles west of the intersection of M-43 and US-131. The hidden driveway is on the south side of the road.
  32. The Grove

Barrier-Free Access

Please refer to our accessibility and other accommodations page for barrier-free routes around campus.

Commencement Parking

For more detailed Commencement parking information like available lots and a parking map, please see the Commencement parking page.

Commencement Day Accessible Parking and Drop-Off

Due to limited handicapped parking, a designated drop-off area will be available for the Commencement Ceremony. Please visit the accessibility information page for more details.

Commencement Weekend Information Desk & Bookstore Hours

Saturday, June 15

  • Information Desk – 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Atrium, Weimer K. Hicks Center
  • Bookstore – 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Lower Level, Weimer K. Hicks Center

Sunday, June 16

  • Information Desk – 8 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. | Atrium, Weimer K. Hicks Center
  • Bookstore – 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Lower Level, Weimer K. Hicks Center

Livestream During Commencement Weekend

Celebrating your Hornet from afar

If you are unable to attend Commencement Weekend in person, please watch the livestream for the events listed below:

 Commencement Weekend Livestream Schedule

Senior Awards – Saturday, June 15, 2:30 p.m. ET

Senior Music Recital – Saturday, June 15, 4:30 p.m. ET

Baccalaureate – Saturday, June 15, 8 p.m. ET

Commencement Ceremony – Sunday, June 16, 10 a.m. ET

Land Acknowledgement

We gather on the land of the Council of the Three Fires – the Ojibwe, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi. Indigenous nations of the Great Lakes region are also known as the Anishinaabe (Ah-nish-nah-bay), or original people, and their language is Anishinaabemowin (Ah-nish-nah-bay-mow-in). We acknowledge the enduring relationship that exists between the People of the Three Fires and this land.