This building incorporates “Green” building technologies including Geo-thermal Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning systems and energy efficient building envelopes.
New state of the art science classrooms integrating the classroom environment with the lab environment to provide more direct faculty interaction and supervision.
Bright and inviting natural daylight student commons area provides social area outside the classroom environment to encourage student interaction. The main two-story indoor commons area overlooks a outdoor commons area, another center of campus activity.
New 21,000 volume Media Center will be nestled into the natural woodland setting. The Center is equipped with technology teaching labs and natural daylight reference libraries.
FACS Department includes a flexible classroom space, child development learning area, and cooking lab with dining area set into the natural woodland setting.
Computer Science Department has a dedicated Computer Education Classroom designed to provide clear site lines, and equipped with electronic repair labs. Separate computer labs are provided to support various teaching and learning environments throughout the academic curriculum.