Science & Technology
New STEM building a place to ‘learn, discover and innovate’
University photographers and videographers tour the six-story facility, which will provide class and study space for over 10,000 students every semester.
VCU opened a new six-story science, technology, engineering and math building in April. Built on the site of the old Franklin Street Gym, the 168,000-square-foot facility adds labs, classrooms and offices for the College of Humanities and Sciences, VCU’s largest college. It includes 32 teaching labs, a math exchange, a science learning center and two 250-seat classrooms, and will provide class and study space for over 10,000 students every semester, beginning in fall 2023.
University photographers and videographers toured the building the month it opened:
See more from opening day at the new STEM building at vcu.exposure.co.