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Science II Building
Chicago, Illinois
The Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan Science Building is part of DePaul's Campus master plan to improve Academic/Classroom Buildings and student life facilities in Lincoln Park Campus.
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Science II Building
Chicago, Illinois
The Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan Science Building has been constructed on the site formerly occupied by Stuart Center, on DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus in Chicago, Illinois. This new facility is part of DePaul's Campus master plan to improve Academic/Classroom Buildings and student life facilities in Lincoln Park and to expand the size of the student body by 2012. It houses the Chemistry Department, the Environmental Sciences Department, and will allow DePaul to expand the space allocated to the Biological Sciences to accommodate the enrollment growth taking place in these curricula.

The first floor houses one large (150 seats) and two smaller (87 seats) sloped-floor classrooms, as well as three flat-floor classrooms and academic office space. The second floor accommodates the Environmental Science Program, as well as expansion space for the Biology Department, administrative offices, and various support spaces. The third floor houses the Chemistry Program, along with associated support areas. The fourth floor has been constructed as "shell and core" only, providing for future expansion of laboratory space.
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