The Osborne Studio Theater is the main performance venue for full-scale collaborative Theatre productions. A flexible black box theater with a professional control booth, the Osborne can be rearranged in multiple configurations and seat up to 120 people. Located in the Ent Center for the Arts.

The Landis Family Overlook Studio is a rehearsal and performance space for collaborative projects with a dance focus. With ballet barres, state of the art spring marley floors, and unobstructed views of the Front Range, the studio is a jewel box venue dedicated to student work. Located in the Ent Center for the Arts.

The Shockley-Zalabak Theater, the main stage theater in the Ent Center for the Arts, seats close to 800 patrons. The venue is designed specifically for the performing arts and is capable of hosting stage productions, orchestral concerts, and other large-scale performances.

The Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater is a state-of-the-art, flexible black-box theater that seats up to 199. Six to eight professional productions take place in this space each season as well as two to three student productions. Most productions are free for UCCS students.

The VAPA Interdisciplinary Arts Lab is a multi-use, collaborative space for the interdisciplinary curriculum of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts programs (Art History, Film Studies, Music, Theatre & Dance, Visual Arts) and equipped with an array of technology and resources including multi-media technology, installation and sculpture capabilities, sound, green screen for film and more. Located in the Ent Center for the Arts.

The Visual Resource Center is located in Columbine Hall and is available to all students within the VAPA program. The VRC houses two professional Epson Stylus Pro printers, a graphic arts scanner, and two iMac desktop computers - both with Adobe Creative Cloud. Students may also check out digital and manual cameras, digital camcorders, microphones, lighting equipment, audio records, digital projectors, tripods, and a GoPro for course-related projects.