Fondren-Jones Science Hall
The Fondren-Jones Science Hall is home to the natural sciences and contains the latest laboratory equipment and facilities for the departments of biology, chemistry, and physics.
In April, 1999, the Gordon C. Evans, Sr. Wing expansion of the Fondren-Johnes Science Hall opened. The $4.3 million Gordon C. Evans, Sr. Wing provides an additional 24,000 square feet to Fondren-Jones, bringing the facility’s entire space to nearly 60,000 square feet.
The expansion features two multimedia classrooms; two research laboratories each in biology, chemistry, and physics; additional laboratories in biology, biochemistry, and chemistry; a computer laboratory; a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrophotometer laboratory; and faculty offices.