New Science Complex
If Lenoir-Rhyne University is to rise up in science and technology, it must first have a science complex that will:
- provide the latest and highest quality educational experience to Lenoir-Rhyne students
- allow the development of additional programs and foster increased enrollment growth
- promote economic development in Hickory, Catawba County, and Western North Carolina
The Minges Science building was built 50 years ago...
The world has changed dramatically. So must Lenoir-Rhyne's science facilities.
Raising the bar.
The new design calls for a 35,000 square foot addition housing state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms for biology, chemistry, zoology, anatomy and physiology, botany, ecology and conservation, physics, and genetics.
Rising up to advance science.
The New Science Complex will be a facility that
Rising up to transform the student experience.
Now is the time for our alumni and friends to rise up and support this campaign and the future of Lenoir-Rhyne.