The Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) Building sets the standard for community college science buildings in Maryland. This dynamic building, modeled after the shape of a canyon, inspires scientific discovery among the student body and the wider community. The thoughtful interior organization, which further draws upon the geological strata of a canyon as inspiration, ensures easy circulation while exposing users to multiple disciplines in a single visit. The SET’s strategic use of windows and skylights, enclosed and informal study spaces, and open classrooms all aim to put ‘science on display’ to the entire campus.
The WELL Building Standard poses a people-centric, rather than planet-centric, question: How can a building support better health, happiness, and well-being for its occupants?
A year-in-review note from HCC’s president the opening of the new Science, Engineering, and Technology Building.
The ribbon cutting marked a milestone for the community college after four years of inception, design, and construction.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony at Howard Community College celebrates innovative classrooms and modern laboratories.
HCC is growing the local pool of STEM professionals with its state-of-the-art science, engineering and technology building.