August 26, 2020 – Over the summer, Santa Fe College made renovations and enhancements to several areas across the Northwest Campus. One of these areas is the Building I physics lab, which includes expanded and updated science laboratory spaces that better suit modern instructional methods.
While construction crews made significant improvements to the plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems, most students, faculty and staff will notice the updated and modernized teaching spaces, as well as state-of-the-art lab equipment and classroom technology.
SF President Paul Broadie II said the upgrades will vastly improve the learning experience for students taking science classes at SF. “A well-rounded education includes a strong foundation in the sciences,” Broadie said. “These new facilities will not only give our students seeking science and STEM degrees fantastic new lab facilities, it gives our students who may not be considering a career in science the opportunity to learn and possibly develop a passion for the sciences.”
Students started using the new science labs Monday.