Campus Facilities

In addition to the typical resources found on a college campus, we also offer extensive computer resources, laboratories and classroom facilities.

Brick exterior of Morgane Hall

Peter and Cécile Morgane Hall

This 25,800-square-foot academic science building houses two classrooms, two biology labs, two chemistry labs, two physics labs, one biochemistry lab, one genetics lab, and several small research labs with associated prep rooms.

Our labs are equipped with computer simulators for in depth study of physical and biological concepts. In addition to realistic models, the biology lab has microscopes and dissection capabilities for anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology courses.


The lawn outside and entrance to the U N E Alfond Center for the Health Science

Harold Alfond Center for the Health Sciences

This stunning facility sits in the center of campus, providing cutting-edge labs and lecture hall space to health and life science students. The Center's instructional and research lab for organic chemistry is unequaled as an undergraduate teaching facility. Its gross anatomy lab is used by medical, health professions and athletic training students, and its fresh tissue lab is one of the world’s best facilities of its kind. 

Other Alfond Center facilities include:

  • developmental biology / genetics lab
  • general biology labs
  • indoor-access greenhouse
  • instrumental analysis lab
  • general chemistry lab
  • quantitative analysis lab
  • organic chemistry lab with 24 individual student hoods

A female student leans over a tank in the Marine Science Center and examines something she's lifted from it

Marine Science Center

The Marine Science Center provides students, faculty and visiting researchers a window to the sea. This innovative Center gives researchers a unique opportunity to create important new knowledge in the marine sciences, the environment and human health.

The facility contains two flow-through teaching seawater laboratories, and a third lab dedicated to aquaculture and marine biology research. 

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