Biola University dedicated the $63 million Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health in February of 2018 in La Mirada, Calif. The 91,200-sf facility provides 24 teaching labs, three faculty research labs, a fabrication lab, a computer lab, and 70 offices. The building also offers five lecture classrooms, a greenhouse, an observatory, and suites for nursing skills simulation, applied physiology, and anatomy. Housing the School of Science, Technology and Health, the center will accommodate a wide range of academic programs with an emphasis on computer science. Ground was broken on the project in February of 2016.