2022–23 Graduate Academic Catalog Page 5 Introduction Facilities Engineering and Science Center This facility demonstrates the University’s firm commitment to providing a quality Christian education in the sciences. This 95,000-square-foot, three-story academic center is home to the department of science and mathematics and the Elmer W. Engstrom School of Engineering and Computer Science. It contains 10 classrooms, including a 200-seat auditorium, 10 independent study laboratories, five conference rooms, 36 discipline-specific laboratories, 50 offices, and several lounges. The building also contains a 40-station general-use computer laboratory and features video and data connectivity in all offices, classrooms, and laboratories. Special features include three computer-equipped classrooms, a 16-inch reflecting telescope, an audio visual learning laboratory, an engine test cell, five electronic circuit laboratories, and a wind tunnel with an 18-inch test chamber. Civil Engineering Center This facility opened August 2020 to house the civil engineering major. With two large classrooms, four laboratories, and six faculty offices, it is located near the Engineering Projects Laboratory. Founders Hall This historic facility was renamed Founders Hall on Centennial Charter Day, January 26, 1987. Today this stately structure serves as Cedarville’s administrative and academic headquarters with offices for the President, Vice President for Academics, Vice President for Business and Chief Financial Officer, Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and the Office of Assessment and Accreditation Services. Graduate and Teaching Services This building is home to both The Graduate School administrative offices and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Staff members from the Center for Teaching and Learning work with faculty members to create effective instructional solutions. Administrative staff for Cedarville's Graduate School support online and residential graduate students from their application for admission through their enrollment and graduation, providing a wide range of support and advising services. Hartman Hall Hartman Hall is home to our Human Resources offices and houses a conference room. A full-scale restoration of this historic home was completed in 2012. Health Sciences Center The newly constructed Health Sciences Center is home to the Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy as well as the Center for Bioethics. This facility houses state-of-the-art classrooms and research and clinical laboratories, including one of the best simulation centers in the country. It also includes numerous student collaboration rooms and comfortable lounges for group interaction and individual study and relaxation. Milner Business Administration Building Opened in 1987 and featuring the latest in instructional technology, the George Milner Business Administration Building contains nine general classrooms, two computer classrooms, the trading center, the center for business innovation, and faculty offices for the school of business administration. Stevens Student Center As the hub of student activity at Cedarville, the SSC houses food services, the bookstore, event rooms, classrooms, computer labs, the post office, the student radio station, theatre, and student government. The 150,000-square-foot building is also the home of Undergraduate Admissions, Cashiers Office, Financial Aid, Office of the Registrar, and the Student Life and Christian Ministries Division. Dining options on campus include the dining hall’s all-you-caneat meals or casual meals in Stinger’s, Cedarville’s snack shop. The President’s Dining Room, used for special occasions, offers formal dining in an elegant setting. Many students and guests also enjoy Rinnova, the campus coffee shop. The bookstore endeavors to provide students with academic materials as well as Cedarville apparel, books, and more. Shop online at cedarville.edu/bookstore. The theatre complex includes an impressive 400-seat theatre with modern technology and staging, as well as a movement studio, makeup suite, scene design lab, scene shop, offices, and dressing rooms. Tyler Digital Communication Center This facility, renovated in 2002, includes a graphic design lab, writing center, multimedia lab, three computer classrooms, seven general classrooms, and faculty offices. Offices for the Dean for Graduate Studies, Alumni Relations, Marketing and Communications, Advancement, and Information Technology are also located in this building. Tyler also holds the IT Service Center offering computer and mobile device assistance.