The Marvin G. Meyer Hall of Science and Mathematics is a 53,000 square foot facility designed to support baccalaureate majors in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, and physics. It houses four biology labs, four chemistry labs, three computer labs, and three physics labs as well as numerous classrooms and faculty offices.
Special features of the facility include ample lab preparation and storage areas, as well as a 120-seat seminar room with tiered seating. An impressive gallery entrance greets visitors and is highlighted by a large fresco painting depicting the creation. This work of art, created by Bethany art professor William Bukowski, is a strong statement to the public concerning the relationship between theology and science as taught on the Bethany campus.