The renovations of Stanley Hall were completed in August 2013 at a cost of $17.6 million, making the science facilities at Earlham College more collaborative, efficient and visible. The projects modernized and reconfigured labs for optimal collaboration between chemistry, biology and biochemistry, better reflecting the way science is conducted today and giving students more opportunities to participate in research across the disciplines. This is the first of a three-phase science building initiative representing an investment of more than $30 million.
Stanley Hall continues to evolve. A three-story addition to the west end of the building is currently being built. The addition will house mathematics, physics, computer science, Wildman Library, social spaces and the Science Center for Integrative Learning (SCIL). Construction is expected to be complete in August 2015.