Twin Cities Campus
Bruininks Hall - which houses Sciences Teaching and Student Services - facilitates the University's goal to become the nation's premier public institution for the teaching of science and demonstrates commitment to the student experience. The new building showcases the latest pedagogical methods of science teaching and streamlines student access to the full range of student services in one prominent location.
The five story building is organized with a bar of classrooms on the eastern edge and a zone of student services to the western edge overlooking the Mississippi River. Zoning allows programs to share public space, circulate between informal student study space and student services seating and waiting areas. The variety of seating can be arranged and used as student study space after hours.