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Science Hall

The Past and Present

Science Hall was constructed during the post-World-War II era in 1947 when enrollment on campus was fewer than 1,000 students, the old science building is now highly overcrowded, inefficient, and significantly out of date. The constriction of limited space and infrastructure such as adequate ventilation limits student’s active participation in a quality, hands-on laboratory environment, and does not support the integration of computers or other multi-media technologies at the lab benches. In consideration of our commitment to academic excellence it is inadequate in every regard.

The Future

 

Why Science?
Why Allied Health?...
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West Entry View of Yellowstone Hall

Naming Opportunities
*Yellowstone Hall may be renamed to acknowledge and honor contributions made to the project’s completion.  Inquire here for building or room naming opportunities.


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