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The main campus is located on 524 acres (2.12 km 2) of natural habitat, adjacent to the Houston community of Clear Lake. Most of the campus is located in Pasadena's corporate area, while only a portion of the campus south of Horsepen Bayou is located in Houston. The campus is located in the underlying hardwood forest adjacent to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and Armand Bayou Nature Center, where a variety of wild animals inhabit, including Chinese alligators, wild turkeys, bobcats, and white-tailed deer.
The Qinghu campus consists of six classroom buildings: Bayou Building, Arbor Building, Delta Building, Student Services and Classroom Building, and two new facilities that opened in the fall of 2018: STEM and Classroom building and recreation and health center. In addition, the campus also includes physical plant maintenance facilities, the headquarters building of the Houston Institute of Environmental Studies and the University Forest Apartments. The construction of traditional houses started in 2018 and is scheduled to open in autumn 2019.
In addition to administrative offices, laboratories and classrooms, the Bayou building also houses a patio cafe, a campus bookstore and the 500-seat Bayou Theater, which was renovated in 2018. The Bayou Building is also home to the Alfred R. Neumann Library, an 80,000 square foot (7,400 m 2) space containing more than 480,000 volumes, and more than 1,000 journals and journal subscriptions. The library has online access to more than 100 subscription-only research databases and the Texshare interlibrary loan service, enabling students to check out items from any academic or public library in Texas. In addition, the library also houses university archives, including the NASA Johnson Space Center historical collection.
The Delta Building has computer science and computer engineering programs, including the Cyber Security Institute and the Robotics Software Center. There are UHCL's mechanical engineering, physics, astronomy, chemistry, environmental science and other engineering projects in the STEM and teaching buildings, including many laboratories and classrooms.
Seven types of fitness areas, individual training, group training, group fitness classes, workshops, elevated indoor track and other facilities are provided in the Recreation and Health Center. It is also home to the Institute of Sports and Nutritional Health.
The branch campus was built in 1971 and was the first building on campus. This is the location of UHCL's acclaimed studio art program. It is also home to the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, which supports research, trains current and future professionals, and provides outreach services to families through confidential face-to-face and telemedicine meetings.
House business and education classrooms in the student service and school building. A large part of the facility is dedicated to student service functions, including the Student Dean’s Office, the Registrar, the Cashier, the Veterans Service and the Financial Aid Office.