Lipinsky Hall

Lipinsky Hall

Music Department Facilities



  • The basement level entrance near parking lot P14 is accessible.
  • The main entrance on the quad is equipped with an automatic door.
  • The entrance on the left side (when facing the building from the Quad) is accessible and leads directly to the elevator.
  • The elevator can be reached through the double-doors in the far-left corner of the building when entering from the main entrance off the Quad.


The closest accessible parking is in lot P14 off of Library Lane, with two accessible spaces.


Accessible restrooms are on the ground level of the building and on the first level in the foyer. 

Navigating access to campus

The majority of campus can be accessed from the quad level entrances of Lipinsky Hall.  To access Weizenblatt Hall from Lipinsky Hall, use the lower entrance near P14.


Constructed in 1964 as the campus’s first student union, Lipinsky Hall was named in 1969 for local businessman and community leader Louis Lipinsky. A trustee of Asheville-Biltmore College, a UNC Asheville predecessor institution, Lipinsky was instrumental in generating support for the 1958 and 1961 bond referenda which funded the move from Seely’s Castle to the present site of the campus.