The Center for the Arts, built in 1983 and renovated in 2012, provides a professional performing arts environment for students to learn about the arts through performance and classroom learning and provides quality performing arts cultural opportunities for the community and the region. The Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall seats 493 people (565 with seats on the pit). The acoustically designed hall uses dense hardwood and concrete surfaces, an extensive set of acoustic control curtains, and numerous sound reflecting panels on and above the stage.
The 200-seat flexible Theatre can be arranged in arena, thrust, three-quarter round, or end stage format. There are seating tiers on two balconies above the main floor level and the movable seating can be arranged to fit any specific event. Catwalks high above the playhouse provide access to lighting and sound systems.