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Science Facility Initiative
 

Welcome to our new Science Facility Initiative web site. To see a video tour of the renovated first floor of Herold Science Hall, click the image to the above.

Use the menu on the left to see the floorplans of the new Herold Science Hall, or to view pictures of completed renovations.

Oklahoma Christian is enjoying perhaps its greatest period of growth and quality, with its higheset years of enrollment in the last four years, new student housing, a growing endowment, successful students, the brand new Lawson Commons featuring the Freed Centennial Tower and McGraw Pavilion and much more. You can feel the excitement on campus.

We have an opportunity to continue that momentum through the enhancement and expansion of our science facilities. But we need your support.

The first floor of Herold Science Hall was dramatically renovated during the summer of 2006. Phasae 2 is the remarkable transformation of Vose Hall housing the foundational chemistry lab, the organic/analytical lab, the instrument lab, and the advanced chemistry lab.  The "new" Vose Hall is slated to be open October 2008.

The third phase of the Science Facility Initiative is the addition of a two-story, 13,000 foot wing on the north of Harold Science Hall.  Pending completing of the fundraising effort, construction on this wing will begin in 2009. 

These improvements will expand OC s capacity for growth in the sciences by providing much-needed new research laboratories, classrooms, equipment rooms, lecture venues, faculty offices and areas for study. The improved and enlarged facilities will help make a great academic program even greater.

We have already received generous gifts totaling more than $4 million from the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and a large number of individual donors. We expect the total cost of the renovations and expansion to be $6.5 million, so more money must be raised.

The Mabee Foundation has committed a challenge grant of over $700,000 if we successfully complete the fundraising effort by December 31, 2008.

Please invest in the lives of our students by supporting the Science Facility Initiative at Oklahoma Christian University, where Higher Learning, Higher Calling is more than just a slogan.


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