- Includes offices, classrooms and studios for drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber arts, print-making and graphic arts
- Exhibition corridor
- Kiln room with multiple kilns and pit for metal work
- Built in 1998
- Named in honor of Earle Wheaton Sargent (1898-1978) and Eleanor Greene Sargent (1899-1990), local industrialists and philanthropists, who were generous benefactors to the University
- In 1954, they established the Sargent Foundation, an organization that contributed greatly to community needs and student scholarships. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent desired to help others and sought to “make Greenville a better community.”
- In 1998, the University named its newly constructed Arts Building for the Sargents, a reminder of their selfless spirit of giving.