Facilities

 

McKenzie Hall opened in 1997 providing math/science students along with the nursing students, two large lecture halls, three computer labs, a variety of lecture rooms, an anatomy lab, faculty offices and a conference room with a beautiful view of campus and the surrounding landscape.The adjacent Kidd Math/Science opened in 1985. With an award winning masonry design, the center’s front doors open to a glass atrium with live plants & a trickling pond. A spacious lobby follows with comfortable studying facilities. Our center houses three large chemistry labs, three biology labs, one physics lab, one computer lab, lecture rooms, faculty offices and a large bent glass greenhouse that enhances the view of our campus.



Computer Science labs include:
  • Mac lab, room 213: 24 iMac machines. This is the department's  programming lab. It includes a variety of compilers and interpreters for serveral languages (Objective-C, Java, Python, C, C++, Ruby, PHP, Lisp, and other tools). 
  • Linux lab, room 210: It includes a variety of compilers and interpreters for serveral languages (Java, Python, C, C++, PHP, Lisp, and other tools).
  • Windows lab, room 209: 24 machines running Windows 7. Software includes: Visual Studio, Netbeans, Office 2010, MatLab, and other software.