Components of the new School of Computing and Information are housed on the university's main campus in the Information Sciences Building, previously the primary home of the former School of Information Science. Originally the American Institutes for Research Building, the University purchased the 1965  Tasso Katselas designed Brutalist style structure  in 1968  and it has since then served as the primary facility housing the School of Information Sciences.  In 1975, a renovation was completed that enclosed the building's lower levels to create additional classrooms and offices.  An additional renovation to the building was completed in 2013, adding various upgrades including a computer lab, teleconference room, and a third floor Student Collaboration Center for study and work space.  Components of the school's Department of Computer Science are housed in Sennott Square .