Radford University and Moseley Architects partnered to design the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, which accommodates 122 full-time faculty and serves nearly 2,400 students. The new facility provides 10 departments with abundant academic space including laboratories, research centers, an academic advising center, a moot courtroom, studios for television and online broadcasting, and an emergency management center that can also serve as a real-life emergency response coordination point. These and other hands-on academic facilities were designed to help students succeed outside the classroom. Our team designed the exterior to mirror the campus’s Georgian architecture style while also relating to a more progressive aesthetic. The facility earned LEED Gold certification in 2017.