Frostburg State University, Center for Communications and Information Technology
The Communications and Information Technology Center is a new $45 million, 127,000 classroom/laboratory designed for math, computer science, graphic design, and mass communications that acheieved LEED® Gold certification. The building includes broadcast studios for the University radio station (WFWM) and television and multi-media broadcast studios (Cable Channel 3) along with support spaces for these production areas. Video production and video editing classrooms, along with graphic design studios, are provided to support the production studios used by the mass communications department. The center also has 24-hour academic computing and computer science research laboratories. Additionally, there is a planetarium used as a multi-media learning center by the entire College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.