Suter Science Center
STEM programs at EMU are housed in the Suter Science Center at EMU. The $11.4 million dollar renovation is nearing completion and includes renovations of classrooms, and offices, updating of equipment in lab spaces, classrooms, offices and S-106, a large lecture hall in the science center.
Lab facilities and equipment
Lab spaces in the Science Center include equipment for a wide-range of lab activities. See the equipment and facilties available for our various programs.
History of the Science Center
Suter Science Center, which opened in 1968, has launched more than 3,500 science and math alumni into professions that embody EMU’s mission.
The late Dr. Daniel B. Suter and exemplary science faculty who followed him have built a solid foundation for holistic science at EMU. Rooted in Anabaptist-Mennonite values of sustainability, social justice and service to others, the program has produced ethically minded, highly prepared and globally aware graduates who serve with distinction in their respective fields.