science and technology building
The $54 million building is 100,000 square-feet!

The Science and Technology Building, more commonly known as the S&T, officially opened its doors in summer of 2011.

student flying a kiteThe $54 million building is 100,000 square-feet and houses classrooms and labs for chemistry, physics, biology, computer science, and mathematics. The second floor of the building is home to the University’s IT team.

One of the most popular features of the building is the Cooper Lecture Hall, the biggest lecture hall on campus.


cooper lecture hall buildingYou’ll also find beautiful donated botanical art hanging in the main lobby of the building.

Over the years, the S&T has been a hub for research conducted by faculty and students.

The state-of-the-art equipment and technology has allowed our Falcons to explore ideas, make discoveries, and master the concepts necessary to earn their degrees!