You'll find state-of-the-art science facilities and equipment at Connecticut College.
Historic New London Hall was transformed into a new $25-plus million, state-of-the-art center for life sciences and computer science, which opened in fall 2012. The facility anchors a science hub with the nearby F. W. Olin Science Center and Hale Laboratory.
In recent years, the College has completed $60 million in new construction or renovation of facilities, including the F.W. Olin Science Center, bringing all introductory courses under one roof.
The chemistry building, Hale Laboratory, provides modern research facilities and advanced teaching laboratories. In 2000, the College transformed Brown Auditorium in Hale Laboratory from a traditional lecture hall into an innovative, studio-style, tiered electronic classroom with simultaneous multimedia capability.
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