University of North Carolina at Charlotte Breaks Ground on Science Building

Published 6-16-2019
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

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  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

    Courtesy of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

    Courtesy of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

    Courtesy of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

    Courtesy of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Science Building

    Courtesy of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte broke ground on a $101 million science building in May of 2019. Designed to support problem-based, experiential learning, the 130,000-sf interdisciplinary facility will provide flexible classrooms, teaching labs, and research spaces for STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Occupancy is expected in 2021.