The university has two campuses in northwest Indiana, one in Hammond and the other in Westville. The Hammond campus is a residential campus covering 167 acres. The community campus includes 17 academic and entertainment buildings, a fitness center, two apartment-style student accommodation facilities, the White Hotel and Tourism Management Accommodation Center, and a Challenger Learning Center. The Westville campus is located on 268 acres of land along U.S. 421 in rural Laporte County. The campus has three teaching buildings, a spacious student service center, an activity center that will open in 2015, and a veterinary emergency facility. With more than 80 student organizations, student programming committees, alternative spring breaks, and leadership programs, students at this university have multiple ways to participate, make new friends, and create lasting university memories. The Hammond campus offers apartment-style housing with private bedrooms for students.