The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science makes its home in Manchester's new Science Center, which opened for classes in the fall of 2005.
The north wing of the Science Center is filled with classrooms, laboratories, study areas, student-faculty research rooms, and faculty offices. The south end is home to the Physicians Atrium, Flory Auditorium, a greenhouse and classroom/seminar rooms.
Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics share the first floor. Biology occupies the second floor and Chemistry encompasses the third floor. All of the faculty offices face the mall, on the east side of the building. Glassed study areas on the second and third floor also face the mall.
The University maintains multiple computer labs across campus, including larger labs in Clark Computer Center, Funderburg Library and the Science Center. Each of the five residence halls also contains a computer lab. A computer classroom (SCIC 142) in the Science Center is used for classroom instruction in various mathematics and computing courses and is available for general lab use at other times.
Manchester University is committed to staying current with technology. Computers are replaced on a regular cycle, and wireless connectivity is available throughout most of the campus.