Science Center (Main Campus)
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This state-of-the-art science facility was completed in December 2000 to house the School of Math and Natural Sciences. The 130,000-square-foot building serves as the center of learning for students taking classes in biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental sciences, geology, math, and physics. In addition, for a short time in 2001, the Science Center housed the Mount Berry Post Office. The building is a physical indication of the educational emphasis on the sciences in the Berry College curriculum.
The Science Center is a unique blend of modern architecture with the campus' classic Georgian style. One of the building's most distinguishing features is a 60-foot Foucault pendulum located in its lobby.
Berry Trails: An Historic and Contemporary Guide to Berry College. Third edition. Mt. Berry, GA: Berry College, 2001.
Berry Chronicle. Multiple issues from Spring 1999 to Spring 2001.