York Science Center

On March 22, 1996, the University dedicated a new addition. The York Science Center is a three story, 28,000 square foot steel structure with brick veneer designed with six biology and four chemistry laboratories. The facility also provides necessary office space, a lecture hall, Brindley Auditorium (seating capacity of 175), three classrooms and a functional transition area from the new facility to Wells Nursing and Science Hall. The two buildings are conjoined to provide nearly 56,000 square feet classroom and office space.

404 West 9th Avenue, Belton, TX 76513

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(254) 295-8642



Upcoming Events

Dr. Aida Ramos will present Faith on the Frontera: Religion and Racialization in the Texas-Mexican Borderlands. Dr. Aida Isela Ramos joined UMHB in 2019...

1/24 4pm

Voices in Diversity Series - Dr. Aida Ramos

1/24 4pm

CoHS My Best Lecture - Dr. Parker Kennedy

2/2 11am

A native of the Buckeye state, I moved to Texas to complete my postdoctoral training, fell in love with the state and haven’t left. From as long as I can...

2/21 4pm

Various STEM professionals will be in Brindley answering questions and discussing strategies for students interested in STEM fields.

3/1 2pm

Recent Events

Biology Tri-Beta


My Best Lecture


Recent Activity

York Science Center posted a photo 5/2/2013