Valders Hall of Science
Valders Hall of Science is home to the departments of nursing, physics, psychology, and environmental studies.
- Astronomy Facilities
Spitz Planetarium with Spitz A3P projector and rooftop viewing platform.
- Rossing Physics Library and Exploration Center
A study and explorative space for physics students that contains a library of books, research materials, various hands-on experiments and tools, and comfy chairs.
- BRAIN (Behavioral Research: An Interactive Network)
A 28-station networked computer laboratory for general psychology and the study of perception. The laboratory is equipped with a Thought Technology biograph and statistical software.
- Salsbury Animal Facility
Federally inspected live animal facility for rodents and rabbits. It also contains an insectary, holding facilities for aquatic organisms, and research space.
- Research Grade Greenhouse
Four independently controlled climate areas as part of an eight-room undergraduate teaching and research facility.
- Anderson Prairie
24.7 acres with 71 species of flowers and 5 types of grasses. Trails through the prairie are excellent recreation option for students. The Biology Department cares for the prairie through controlled burns and continued experiments.