Labs & Facilities
From nursing and nutrition labs to computing and Bloomberg terminals, we have the instruments and facilities to give you hands-on experience in your area of study.
Arts & Sciences
In the School of Arts and Sciences, you will have opportunities to learn from experts while practicing in the field and in state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories on campus. Whether you’re interested in biology and can’t wait to use our DNA sequencer or your passion is theatre and want to shine on stage, we’ve got facilities to help you meet your goals.
- Ecosystem Studies Field Lab
- Environmental Chemistry Lab
- GIS and Geography Labs
- Graphic Design Computer Lab
- Music Practice & Teaching Facilities
- Performance Facilities
- Lake Champlain Research Institute (LCRI) Facilities
- Miner Institute Facility
- Media & Technology Labs
- MIDI & Sound Recording Lab
- Remote Sensing Lab
- Rugar Woods Ecological Research Facility
- Twin Valleys Outdoor Educational Center
Business & Economics
If you’re studying in our School of Business and Economics, internationally accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), you’ll be learning from our distinguished faculty and practicing your skills in our world-class labs and facilities. Whether you’re interested in the stock market or cyber security, our facilities will help give you the edge.
Education, Health & Human Services
In the School of Education, Health and Human Services, we believe the best way for you to learn is by doing and we have plenty of opportunities for you to get the hands-on skills you need to be confident and successful in your career.
Other Facilities to Help You Succeed
We take great pride in our on-campus technology — computing labs and smart classrooms to help you reach your goals. Take a look at all the computer labs and software we have available for you.
In addition to labs and facilities on- and off-campus, our centers, institutes and clinics will allow you to practice your skills with and carry out groundbreaking research with faculty while making a difference for members of our North Country community.