The Natural and Applied Sciences Division is run primarily out of three buildings that provide state-of-the-art laboratories, advanced technologies, and a wide variety of classrooms and faculty offices.
A. Paul Schaap Science Center
Reflecting the College’s emphasis on outstanding undergraduate research, the Schaap Science Center is one of the nation's premier undergraduate science education facilities. It houses state-of-the-art research laboratories, hands-on classrooms and more. Learn more.
VanderWerf is home to an extensive network of laboratories, computer development labs and a Pelletron particle accelerator, among many other technologies, used by computer science, physics, mathematics and engineering students. Recently completed in 2013, the Haworth Engineering Center promotes active faculty-student collaboration on research programs and design projects. Learn more.
Van Zoeren Hall
Once the college’s library, Van Zoeren Hall was redesigned to provide classrooms and faculty offices. Later, Van Zoeren Hall was connected to the newly built Van Wylen Library and VanderWerf Hall. The Academic Success Center, located on the second floor, provides students with group and individual opportunities to become successful, active learners. Learn more.
A. Paul Schaap Science Center35 East 12th StreetRoom 2000Holland, MI 49423