Wells Science Hall

Wells Science Hall was named for former president Dr. E. H. Wells and the York Science Center for former professor C. L. York in 1919. It was renovated in 1970 to accommodate a campus population of 1,200. In 1994, ground was broken for the York Science Center addition.

903 Capt Drive, Belton, TX 76513

Place Type

Academic

Phone

(254) 295-8642

Website

undergrad.umhb.edu

Upcoming Events

TriBeta General Meeting

TriBeta Biological Honor Society General Meeting

1/22 5pm
League Cru Gathering

League Cru is your source for gaming at UMHB. Our gatherings are every other week. Team up in League of Legends and Overwatch or duke it out in Super Smash...

1/23 7pm
CJSA/Xi Omicron Meeting

Join us for tortilla soup at the first meeting of spring 2020. We will discuss guest speakers, community service projects, and CJSA/Xi Omicron get-togethers.

1/28 4:45pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Cindy Moya

Cindy Moya left a positive review 11/1/2019

I took both my grandsons (10years and 5 years old) They loved it! It was a little confusing with registration but after that every station was great! The students were informative, patient, funny, and took the time to help not only with my grandsons but with other children! Thank you!

Alex Oard

Alex Oard left a positive review 11/6/2015

So much fun. I loved it and love volunteering for my math department! The kids are great.

Shannon Lane

Shannon Lane left a positive review 11/6/2015

My son and I had an absolutely wonderful time!

Audra Rincon

Audra Rincon left a positive review 9/10/2015

It was awesome, loved being able to meet people with the same likes.

Wells Science Hall

Wells Science Hall posted a photo 5/3/2013