Discovery Hall

The names of great scientists grace the front of the art deco Discovery Hall. This building was originally the home of the science department on campus. When the science department grew too large for this building to accommodate it, the Bateman Physical Sciences Center was built.

Now, the building is home to classrooms and units from The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. American Indian Studies, American Indian Student Support Services and the American Indian Policy Center, located on the second and third floors, provide a focused, collaborative environment for faculty members, staff and students.

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