HENRY L. DRAGUN SCIENCE BUILDING
43,773 gross square feet
Constructed in 1967 and part of the original campus, this building is named after professor emeritus Henry L. Dragun, a longtime science division chairman who joined the faculty in 1965 and retired in 1997. The building is almost a mirror image of the Humanities Building and was expanded in 1996, adding labs and offices on the second floor. In FY2007, the restrooms were renovated and made compliant with the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act.
This building houses the departments of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science and Physics. A greenhouse attached on the East side of the building is a living classroom.
FLORESTANO ALLIED HEALTH AND PUBLIC SERVICES BLDG.
64,000 gross square feet
This four-story building constructed in 1993 was the first built on the West Campus and houses college programs for health professions, human services and the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute.
Dedicated labs exist for each health profession program and a 960-square-foot Dental Assisting lab is available for continuing education students. The building was named for AACC's fourth president, Thomas E. Florestano, Ed.D, who steered the college through a challenging period of rapid growth fueled by skyrocketing enrollment, community and employer demand for new curricula to meet emerging workforce needs.
3,200 gross square feet
This metal panel, slab on grade building constructed in 1988 provides storage for the Biology water/field equipment.
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