Iowa State Volleyball

Walking and driving tour of Iowa State VB and campus

Iowa State Volleyball

Ames, Iowa 50011, United States

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Drive and walk around Iowa State campus, including facilities for Cyclone Volleyball.

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What You'll See on the Tour

MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium has been the home to Iowa State football since 1975. With a capacity of 61,500, it is the third-largest stadium in the Big 12 Conference. Its natural grass playing surface has won numerous awar... Read more
The Sports Performance Center is a $90 million project, creating mutiple spaces for use by all student-athletes.  Key features of the project include new student-athlete academic center, dining hall, nutrition fueling stop, weight room and... Read more
The Iowa State volleyball team practices and competes at Hilton Coliseum. With a capacity of 8,524, ISU annually ranks among the nation's top-15 schools in average attendance. In 2018, Iowa State became the first program in the Big 12 to h... Read more
Popular buffet style dining spot, located in the center of Maple Willow Larch dorms. There are many dining halls across campus, athletes have several options between campus dining halls and the Sports Performance Dining Hall.  
Recreation Center for Iowa State students and home to Cyclone Volleyball Camps.  This is a general use rec center and also used for indoor track.  
Home of Kinesology and also has auxillary gyms for Cyclone Volleyball.   
Freddy Court is home to our freshman student athletes.  Closer to an apartment than a dorm, each student has their own bedroom, a shared living space, and a full kitchen.  Students can walk or take the Cyride bus system into campus.  The... Read more
The Iowa State College of Design is one of the most comprehensive design institutions in the US. Everything you see around you, every minute of every day, is likely to be a product of disciplines that live and work together “under one ro... Read more
Howe Hall houses the College of Engineering - including the Department of Aerospace Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, and the Virtual Reality Applications Center. It also has environmental and aerodynamic wind tunnels with new research ca... Read more
State Gym, recently renovated in 2012, offers a variety of new amenities such as basketball and volleyball courts, weight lifting and exercise classes, rock climbing wall and a leisure pool with a high-dive.
Popular dining hall on campus.  All dining halls on campus are all you can eat, buffet style.  
Lake LaVerne, the home of Lancelot and Elaine, was created with a $10,000 donation in 1916 by LaVerne W. Noyes. Noyes, a wealthy Chicago philanthropist and member of the first graduating class of 1872, funded a lake in what had been a three... Read more
To start the walking part of your tour -  park near Memorial Union or park in the parking garage to the east of the Union.     The Memorial Union is one of oldest, more historic and iconic buildings on the ISU campus.  M.U. provide... Read more
Gerdin is home to our College of Business.  The 111,000-square foot building is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including high-tech laboratories that allow students and faculty to replicate real-world business situations, like s... Read more
Home for some Agricultural and English classes.  
Catt Hall was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.  Catt was an Iowa State graduate (1880) who went on to be a major leader in the women's suffrage movement.  Catt Hall houses many liberal arts class rooms.  ...
Family and Consumer Sciences
Physics and Astronomy
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Engineering classrooms and IT
Campus eatery with burgers and sandwiches. 
Morrill Hall was constructed to fill the need for a library and museum, as well as a chapel. Named to honor the Senator who had sponsored the Morrill bill, which had established the land-grant college system, Morrill Hall was built at a cos... Read more
Central campus offices - Office of the President and student financial aid services.  
Mathematics building.  In 1966, the building was named Carver Hall to honor George Washington Carver, a student and instructor at the college before 1900.
The Campanile was constructed in 1897 as a memorial to Margaret MacDonald Stanton, Iowa State's first dean of women.  Campanile folklore states that an ISU student is not a "true Iowa Stater" until having been kissed underneath the Campa... Read more


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