Some of the most famous buildings in the world, designed by legendary architects, are located on IIT Main Campus in Chicago. S. R. Crown Hall, an elegant steel-and-glass National Historic Landmark, is a marvel of engineering and simplicity by former IIT professor and Architecture dean Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Elevated trains run through the Rem Koolhaas-designed McCormick Tribune Campus Center. And IIT alumnus Helmut Jahn’s State Street Village is one of the on-campus places to live.
Once you’ve visited IIT, you’ll see why our university has a style all its own.
The campus sits on 120-acres approximately 3 miles south of downtown Chicago