This 2,500-square-foot building may be small, but it has seen various uses since its construction in 2001.
Originally, the building featured a multi-purpose room and a new technologies lab. It was designed to be used by science and non-science majors, residents, commuters, and faculty members as a hub for nurturing a community of scholars.
In 2010, the Lyceum was reconfigured, turning the lab area into office space for members of the Residential Life staff and converting the office into a small conference room for use by Residential Life Staff, faculty, and students. The larger multi-purpose room continues to be used for senior project presentations, club meetings, and other gatherings.
Did you know . . . that the Lyceum was once named the Natural Science and New Technologies (NSNT) Lyceum and was the Academic Village’s Natural Sciences community?