Center for Natural Science

Center for Natural Science Learning and Research

The $25 million Center for Natural Science Learning and Research, opened in the fall of 1995, contains classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, and other facilities for programs in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science and psychology.

It includes many sophisticated scientific instruments, including a scanning electron microscope, hooded laboratory stations and an array of computers.

(201 E. Beecher Street)


The Center for Natural Sciences is an accessible building. Both the North and South Entrances are accessible. All floors of the building are accessible from the elevators on the East and West sides of the Atrium.

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