The Biology Department is currently housed in the Science Village located at the corner of Fairbanks Ave. and Ollie Ave. during the Bush Science Center renovation. This facility contains classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, and offices for faculty and staff. All classrooms are equipped with a computer projection system and, along with our teaching laboratories, have access to the Internet.
Within our teaching and research laboratories, we have diverse equipment for studies in general, ecological, and molecular biology. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
Our faculty continually seeks out the latest equipment to give students hands-on experience in both our research and classroom laboratories.
Nature's laboratory (the "field") offers experiences quite different from those found in the confines of four walls (the "bench"). The College is adjacent to Lake Virginia and the Winter Park Chain of Lakes. Several state parks and wilderness areas are within a short driving distance to the college. The Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico can be reached within an hour. The Department maintains a significant travel fund that permits trips to the Everglades National Park and a field station in the Florida Keys to study the flora and fauna in their ecological context. The College also maintains a modern greenhouse that is used extensively by the Biology Department.