Stop D - Lillard Science Center, Carnegie Hall, and Hotchkiss Hall
At this stop, you'll explore three academic buildings on Middle Campus, including our state of the art science center and our "Harry Potter" building!
Lillard Science Center
Our recently renovated science center houses all of our science departments under one roof: Environmental Studies, Psychology, Biology, Neuroscience, Chemistry, Physics, and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. Students can participate in research with faculty in labs in Lillard, as well as attend keynote lectures and other interdisciplinary events the College will host.
Named after the esteemed industrialist Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie houses many of our humanities departments on campus, including English, Modern World Languages and Literatures (Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, and Portuguese), African American Studies, Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies, and Cinema Studies. The rooftop has a telescope that is used by the College’s Astronomy Club.
Lovingly nicknamed “Hogwarts” or “The Harry Potter building” by the College’s students, Hotchkiss is home to the Sociology & Anthropology department on campus, as well as the Student Center for Academic Success in the basement, which contains our Writing Center and Quantitative Resource Center for tutoring.
Directions to Stop E
Follow the sidewalk that you are on in the opposite direction of the Lillard Science Center, and you will find Stop E between the Library and Student Center.