The Frey Science and Engineering Center, a $37 million facility - funded by a federal grant and significant local contributions - houses 210,000 square feet of state-of-theart classroom, office and laboratory space. The facility was dedicated in the Fall of 1997. The Center is composed of 2 connected buildings, the O'Shaughnessy Science Hall which houses the Mathmatics, Geology, Computer Science and Engineering departments and the Owens Science Hall which houses the Chemistry, Biology and Physics departments. There are 35 classrooms and seminar rooms, 76 laboratories, 117 offices, a 150-seat auditroium (3M), one greenhouse, a snack bar and assorted other spaces. The structure is covered with 55,000 square feet of Mankato Kasota stone.