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Science, Engineering, and Technology Building

Science, Engineering and Technology Building
This 145,300 square foot building, opened in 2017, supports growing student enrollment in the science, engineering, and technology areas of study that are vital to our region’s current and future workforce. This facility houses a variety of programs in science, engineering, engineering technology, and cybersecurity. State-of-the-art learning spaces such as dedicated science labs with research-grade instruments; a cybersecurity lab; greenhouse; a rooftop telescope observation area; digital fabrication lab with professional-grade manufacturing equipment; outdoor yard space for large student projects; flexible classrooms and study spaces; and multi-capacity communal areas, that serve as a launch pad for student careers and entry into the STEM workforce.


145,300 SF


Small Conference Room

222 SF (room 426)
$5,000 each


General Biology Lab

1,274 SF (room 360)
1,246 SF (room 362)
1,208 SF (room 363)
1,239 SF (room 364)
$15,000 each

Microbiology Lab

1,234 SF (room 250)
1,236 SF (room 252)
$15,000 each

Genetics/Cell Biology Lab

1,311 SF (room 382)

Anatomy & Physiology Lab

1,339 SF (room 462)
1,332 SF (room 463)
$15,000 each


Inorganic Chemistry Lab

1,245 SF (room 350)
1,248 SF (room 352) 
$15,000 each

Organic Chemistry Lab

1,682 SF (room 450)
1,697 SF(room 452)
$15,000 each

Chemistry for Allied Health Lab

1,249 SF (room 353)

Physics Lab

1,142 SF (room 150)
1,156 SF (room 153)
$15,000 each

Physical Sciences Lab

1,142 SF (room 154)


AFCEA-Central Maryland, Kim Bohnet and Christian Bottorff, Mike and Joanne Davis, Brown & Heim, LLC, Chandran Family, Chaney Foundation, Cleary Family, Cochran Family, Lynn and Carlton Coleman, Kimberly Fair Davis and Ted Davis, Kevin Doyle, Dunnigan Family, EMJAY Engineering & Construction Co., Inc., Engineering Solutions, Inc., Beth and Glenn Falcao, Fiber Plus, Inc., Flury Family, Fourth Dimension Engineering, Freedom Consulting Group, Farida Guzdar, Hamel Builders, Harkins Builders, Havtech, Donovan Haxton Family, John and Kathleen Hetherington, Dr. John J. Hillman Family, Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz, Howard County Economic Development Authority, Bach and Bob Jeffrey, Anne and Chuck Johnson, Kathy and Steven Joss, Kahlert Foundation, KCI Technologies, Ken and Marie Kittelberger, Jennifer Kling, Lazenby Family, LG-TEK, N-M Holdings, LLC, Nithianandam Family, P. Riggins & Riggins Services, LLC, Dr. Carl and Mamie Perkins, Prime Solutions, Siemens Industry, Inc., Judy L. Smith, Quentin Smith, Ken and Linda Solow, The Trane Company, Turner Family, Barb Van Winkle and Joan Lovelace, Richard and Courtney Watson, W.R. Grace Foundation, Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County

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