Mathematical Sciences Building
The Mathematical Sciences Building houses the offices of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, the Office of Residence Life, 12 classrooms, a computer classroom, and two science lecture halls (MSC 210 and MSC 220). It was opened in 1970, and contains 113,000 square feet.
The entrance foyer contains a glass sculpture of an icosahedron (photo), a gift from the artist Dominic Labino.
A detailed floor plan of the fourth floor of MSC (faculty offices) is available.
Located at the corner of Ridge and N. College Streets (map), the Mathematical Sciences Building is the gateway to the science complex.
Updated: 12/01/2017 10:47PM