The University has 27 instructional spaces on its main campus, including traditional classrooms, studios, and science labs.
The Digital Media Department, because of its nature, has more specific equipment and technology needs. Its facilities are located in Capeci Hall, one of the newer buildings at the main campus, and includes
- six studios for video, photography, and recording
- a film viewing room
- a storyboarding room
- a digital media computer lab
- classrooms designed for digital media and digital audio
In addition, there is a Digital Media Access Center where students can sign out various production equipment for assignments. The University has the equipment necessary for digital media students and faculty to film, record, and broadcast live events such as chapel services and concerts. UVF also has a Mobile Media Command Center, which contains equipment students use to provide live production services for outside organizations and events.