New London Hall, the College’s first academic building, was transformed in 2011 and 2012 into a state of the art center for the life sciences and computer science.
The building and greenhouse were fully renovated from top to bottom with leadership Campaign gifts from foundations, alumni and parents. An addition on the east side of the building increased the space for research and teaching by 28 percent – to 21,100 square feet.
The Science Center at New London Hall will help us maintain and build our leadership position in undergraduate research and help us continue to attract the strongest possible students and faculty.
The building that connects us to our history more tangibly than any other place on campus has always embodied our past. Now it also embodies our future.