On May 20, 2010, Taylor University officials broke ground for the Euler Science Complex, the largest single building project in Taylor’s history – both in terms of physical size and cost. Named after Taylor friends Greg and Mary Fran Euler, the 137,000 square-foot, $41.4 million facility adjoins the current 58,000 square-foot Nussbaum Science Center, and houses many innovative sustainability features, some of which were developed by Taylor students and faculty.
"Taylor University's science program is one of the premier programs among Christian colleges and universities throughout the United States," said Dr. Mark Biermann, former Dean of Taylor's School of Natural and Applied Sciences. "The new Euler Science Complex [is] a critical tool for research, learning, exploration and continued recruitment of outstanding students and faculty."
Thanks to the generosity of Taylor friends and partners, the Euler Science Complex opened Fall 2012 for classroom use, but there are still opportunities to partner with us and help prepare Taylor students for service in science, technology, innovation, engineering and health-related fields.
Please schedule a tour, view innovative features and learn more about the students, faculty and alumni who have built the legacy of discovery that the Euler Science Complex continues to support with more room, better facilities and progressive tools.
If you are a prospective student or parent and have questions about the Euler Science Complex or want to take a tour of campus, please contact Admissions.
If you are interested in partnering with us to complete the funding needed for the Euler Science Complex, please click here to find out more about how you can give.