The CCM Village is equipped with state of the art classroom, studio and performance facilities, which are housed in four buildings:
In 1999 CCM celebrated the $93.2 million, seven year-long completion of its "campus village," a collection of renovated and new buildings that has significantly enhanced teaching and performance capabilities. The new complex stresses the synergy between the performing arts and electronic media and effectively accommodates CCM's vast performance calendar. With the help of design architect Henry N. Cobb, founding partner of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, the college has produced a physical environment that truly reflects and advances its reputation as one of the nation's finest and most comprehensive training centers for the performing arts and electronic media.
The CCM campus village is part of the University of Cincinnati's ambitious Master Plan, inaugurated in 1991 to unify the campus and provide for approximately one million square feet of additional academic and research space. Other architects who have designed campus structures under the Master Plan include Frank Gehry, David Childs, Peter Eisenman and Michael Graves. The New York Times has deemed the university "one of the most architecturally dynamic campuses in America today" and Forbes Magazine named UC among the world's most beautiful college campuses in 2010.