The WELCOME CENTER houses the enrollment services and student financial aid offices. It provides a reception area for prospective students and their parents, as well as private conference areas.
BRADLEY MANOR is the official residence of the president of Lyon. Completed in 1994, it is named in honor of the family of the late Marion Bradley Lyon.
EDWARDS COMMONS, a 44,000-square-foot campus center, was completed in August 2012. It contains the campus store; student mailboxes; the dining room and bistro; student programming space; a game room; student government offices; conference rooms; Career Development Center, counseling center, health and wellness clinic, and the student life office. The original Edwards Commons was destroyed by fire in October 2010. Edwards Commons was named for the late John W. and Lucille Welman Edwards of Batesville. Mr. Edwards was a former trustee and banker.
The MAINTENANCE BUILDING is located at the south end of Huser Field.
The MORROW QUADRANGLE BUILDING is named in memory of John Patterson Morrow Sr., a former chairman of the Board of Trustees. The building connects to the campus residence of the resident faculty mentor of Spragins House, the freshman house in the College’s house system.
The NICHOLS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING was completed in 1975 and remodeled in 2001. It is named in honor of the late Shuford R. Nichols, a former chairman of the Board of Trustees, and provides offices for the president, vice president for institutional advancement, vice president for business and finance, registrar, director of alumni and parent services, director of marketing and communications, director of human resources, controller, cashier, and other administrative staff of the College.
The TEMP houses the Scottish Heritage Program, a fine arts studio, and meeting space.
The LYON EDUCATION AND ADVENTURE PROGRAM is located in the house at 301 23rd Street.