FacilitiesNatural Sciences Center
In 2010, Susquehanna University opened a new, state-of-the-art, 81,000-square-foot science facility. The facility has received LEED Silver certification, and its "green" features embody eco-friendly principles that faculty emphasize in class.
The facility houses Susquehanna's biology, chemistry and earth and environmental sciences programs. The building serves students of all majors, because science education is a requirement for all majors.
The Center for Environmental Education and Research (CEER)
CEER is a multipurpose education and research center with emphasis on short-term and long-term agroecology and early successional applications. The CEER is conveniently located immediately west of campus on Sasafrass Street and is an easy five-minute walk from campus. Used primarily by the Department of Biology, the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and ecology majors, it is open to the entire university community.