Des Plaines Campus
Oakton’s 147-acre main campus sits in a forest preserve near the Des Plaines River, and is home to two buildings:
The main building—a red-brick facility built in 1980—boasts 65 classrooms, including 19 computer classrooms, and 46 educational laboratories.
The Margaret Burke Lee Science and Health Careers Center (Lee Center)
This LEED Gold certified, 93,000-square foot building is among the most efficient public buildings in the country, showcasing the latest sustainable technologies. The Lee Center is home to the Division of Science and Health Careers suite, as well as the anatomy, biology, chemistry, earth science, medical laboratory technology, physical therapy assistant, physiology, physics, and nursing programs (including a simulation hospital).