Linn is home to the main campus which consists of ten academic buildings, a student housing complex, an activity center, and an airport. The newest academic building on the main campus is the 84,000 square foot Vehicle and Power Center (VPC). This 84,000 square foot academic building includes expanded technical laboratories, classrooms, and faculty offices for several transportation programs. Other buildings on the main campus contain specialized technical laboratories, classrooms and faculty offices. In total the main campus and outdoor laboratories support over 25 technical programs.
Contemporary cottage-style student housing is available for students. Rooms are single-or double-occupancy with private bath. Rooms are furnished with beds, desks, desklamps, closets, a Micro-Fridge, Internet access, local cable, and telephone connections.
The 72,000 square foot activity center opened its doors in January 2008. The main level includes three regulation size basketball courts, a fitness center, snack bar, locker rooms, and arcade area. The second level has an elevated three lane walking/running track. The basement of the facility contains an indoor archery range and serves as a FEMA approved tornado/safe shelter.
The college also provides airport facilities consisting of a pilot/radio controlled lighting of a 3,400 X 60 foot paved runway, taxi way, tie down area, a 10-unit nested T-hanger for public rental, and an AVGAS fueling station that accepts all major credit cards.