Athletic-Recreation Center (ARC)
The main facility for intramural sports, fitness, recreation, and intercollegiate athletics at VU.
Brauer Museum of Art
The Brauer Museum of Art is home to a nationally recognized collection of 19th- and 20th - century American art and includes works by Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, Childe Hassam, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Ed Paschke. It also houses the largest known collection of works by Junius R. Sloan, a Hudson River School painter who lived and worked in the Midwest. Other focus areas within the collection include world religious art and Midwestern regional art. As well as displaying selections from its permanent collection, the Brauer Museum hosts a full schedule of special exhibitions and events.
Chapel of the Resurrection
The Chapel of the Resurrection is a place of worship for the University community and serves a variety of roles. It regularly is the site of University convocations, commencement ceremonies and special lectures as well as performances by instrumental and vocal ensembles.
The Gandhi-King Cultural Center serves all campus constituents. The Center provides students a place to relax, meet, and study while utilizing various resources. Various gatherings, workshops, socials, classes, activities, and meetings are held at the Center throughout the year.
VU Center for the Arts (VUCA)
The VU Center for the Arts offers a comprehensive and ambitious visual and performing arts program for Valparaiso University, encompassing the areas of Art, Music, Theatre, and the Brauer Museum of Art. Public programming in each of these areas features a variety of concerts, exhibitions, plays, and more.
The Valparaiso Union provides students with a place to meet, relax and study; a headquarters on campus for commuters; a place where students, faculty and administration can develop acquaintances outside the classroom; a place to entertain and be entertained at programs, dinners and receptions; a place for recreation; and an information and service center.