The Hebron University main Campus is located in a hilly area north west of the town with an area of 54 acres. The Hebron University main gate was built in Andalusian architecture style with a dome set on four pillars. (The Campus was built entirely from donations and sponsorships from Palestine and abroad and is itself a strong symbol of success and a reflection of the confidence of the donors.
The Hebron University Campus Consists of 4 buildings:
- Sheikh Al-Ja'bari, the Science and Omar Ben Al Khatab Buildings and Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Center for Strategic Studies. The central library and Student Union Buildings are still under construction.
- The main building (Sheikh Mohammad Ali AL-Ja'bari): The first building in Hebron University , constructed in 1971. Also, it holds a number of lecture halls and the administration offices.
- Science Building: was built with a grant from the Islamic Development Bank in Saudi Arabia. The building houses lecture halls and laboratories for the Faculties of Science and Nursing. The Hebron University cafeteria lies on the ground floor.
- Omar Ben AL Khatab building: Containing numerous lecture halls for the Faculty of Arts, Agriculture and the University main library. The building was built with partial financial donation from His Excellency Dr. Mane' Otaibi, the former UAE Minister of Petroleum.