Christopher Newport University (Christopher Newport University) opened in the spring semester of 2010, opening Lewis Archer (Lewis Archer) McMurran (Jar. McMurran, Jr. Hall). The building has a neo-Georgian style. The building occupies an area of 85,000 square feet and constructs a large lawn on the west side of the university. McMurran Hall houses modern and classical languages and literature, history, English and government departments. It has a 150-person lecture hall, two 50-person lecture halls and more than 25 other classrooms.
To the north of McMurran Hall is Ratcliffe Hall, the predecessor of English and government departments. Once the CNU gymnasium, the building has been renovated to include classrooms and office space for students, faculty and staff. Other academic buildings on campus include Gosnold Hall, Forbes Hall, and the Business and Technology Center (BTC Building) opposite Prince Drew Lane. Finally, the Ferguson Center for the Arts is home to the Department of Music, Theater, and Dance.
Wingfield Hall, the predecessor of the Department of Psychology and Linguistics, was demolished in 2011 to pave the way for Joseph W. Luter Hall, where the business school is located.
Joseph Luther III Hall is the location of Luther School of Business. The building follows the new structure around New Georgia, with a new 100-seat stepped lecture hall, 14 traditional classrooms, teaching laboratories, research laboratories and faculty offices.
The Mary Block Forbes Comprehensive Science Building is a 156,000 square foot (14,500 m 2) academic building located on the northern edge of the large lawn. It houses the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences and the College of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, and Psychology. Academic department. It also includes spaces for students to interact, 50 faculty offices, a large lecture hall, 50 classrooms and research laboratories.