Sustaining the Legacy of Discovery at Taylor University
Taylor University’s Euler Science Complex is the largest single building project in Taylor’s history – both in terms of physical size and cost. Named after Taylor friends Greg and Mary Fran Euler, the 137,000 square-foot, $41.4 million facility adjoins the 58,000 square-foot Nussbaum Science Center. It houses many innovative sustainability features, some of which were developed by Taylor faculty and students.
Thanks to the generosity of Taylor friends and partners, the Euler Science Complex opened Fall 2012 for classroom use and has received a LEED Gold certification. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is the top third party verification system for green buildings, which incorporate environmental, social, and economic benefits through the entire building’s lifecycle.
View innovative features and learn more about the students, faculty and alumni who have built the legacy of discovery that the Euler Science Complex continues to support with more room, better facilities and progressive tools.
If you are a prospective student or parent and have questions about the Euler Science Complex or want to take a tour of campus, please contact Admissions.
Taylor’s up-wind turbines face into the wind. Each has an anemometer & wind vane to find wind direction & speed.