4500 Riverwalk Parkway,Riverside, CA 92515
La Sierra's 150-acre campus is located in the La Sierra neighborhood of the city of Riverside. The school is a member of the American Public Gardens Association, which has designated the campus an arboretum. The first buildings built on the campus, still standing, were two-story separate male and female dormitories. Both buildings are now classroom facilities. New dormitories, Angwin and Calkins halls, were constructed in the 1960s for women and men, respectively; they are now both women's dorms. Sierra Towers, constructed in the 1970s, is the main men's dorm. The university opened a $23 million science complex in the fall of 2006 which houses its mathematics, computer science and biology programs, and a new School of Business opened in 2012. La Sierra also runs an Extended Campus Program on the campus of Canadian University College in Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, which offers a Master of Arts degree in Education.