The Science Complex will be a five-story, 95,000 square-foot, LEED Gold designed structure featuring:
The California State University system has committed $71 million in funding toward the $91 million cost of building the Science Complex. Sacramento State must raise the remaining $20 million needed to complete the project. Private support is critical to provide our faculty and students with additional space and equipment, all designed for the needs of modern science. An investment in the Science Complex is an investment in our students, their futures, and the continued economic competitiveness of our region.
For more information about giving to the Science Complex or the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, please contact Jennifer Navarro, Director of Development at jennifer.navarro or (916) 278-6288. Giving Tuesday is Nov 28, but your support is always appreciated. Give online anytime.
Sacramento State students are the future leaders who will be charged with addressing the greatest challenges facing the world, including those that we already know, such as healthy aging, climate change, and hunger; and those we can’t even yet imagine. The Science Complex will be a place of discovery where students become the 21st century scientists needed to tackle these complex issues. And while we know that developing solutions to these challenges will require a collaborative approach, we believe that our students will contribute to the important body of knowledge needed. The state-of-the-art Science Complex will enhance the learning and research already underway at Sacramento State and provide our faculty and students with the tools they need to be trailblazers in science and technology.