Burruss Hall is home to the Interior Design Program, located on the second floor facing Cowgill Plaza. The Interior Design Program occupies 12,000 square feet of renovated space (2006-07) in Burruss Hall, accommodating open studios, a thirty-six seat classroom, a materials library, 10 faculty offices, and computer output facilities.
Burruss Hall is the main administrative building of the University, housing the President’s and Provost’s Offices. Also located on the ground floor of Burruss Hall are the office facilities for the Landscape Architecture program, including an administrative office area, 7 faculty offices, a conference room, a seminar room, a thirty-two seat classroom, and computer output facilities. A distance-learning classroom provides an interactive link with the Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center.