Our classes meet in several beautiful and historic buildings across SIU's campus. Depending upon your academic field, you may learn in Pulliam Hall or the Wham Building. Our outstanding faculty assure that, no matter what the venue, you will have an unparalleled learning experience.
Topped by the iconic clock tower, Pulliam Hall is right in the heart of campus at 475 Clocktower Drive. Its rich history and storybook ceramic tiles harken back to the University’s origin as a teacher’s college. Beneath the bells beckoning students to the halls of learning are two academic programs: Educational Administration and Higher Education, and Workforce Education and Development.
Often called “the educational building,” Wham is located at 625 Wham Drive. A hotbed of knowledge and groundbreaking clinical work, Wham, is where you’ll find the School's administration offices. Wham also houses the Office of Teacher Education and the academic programs and faculty offices for the School of Education.
The Eileen E. Quigley Hall, constructed in 1959, was originally the Home Economics building. Today the Child Development Laboratories (CDL) is housed in Quigley Hall. The CDL is used for clinical placements and practicum experiences for our Child and Family Services and Early Childhood programs.