Butte College Science Building & Planetarium Beam Signing

Sign the new science building beam and be apart of the Butte College community.
Butte Colleges emerging planetarium. Oroville, CA.
Butte College’s emerging planetarium. Oroville, CA.
Eston Conley

If you have spent any time on the Butte College main campus, then you have noticed the construction around the math building. It’s the new state-of-the-art science building.

The 72,276-square-foot, $73.2 million state-of-the-art facility is planned to be opened in the fall of 2025. The science building will include.

  • Two small lecture classrooms
  • Lab/lecture spaces for microbiology, anatomy, physiology, zoology/botany, geology,  meteorology, physics, and chemistry

    Construction site of Butte College’s new science building. Oroville, CA. Eston Conley.
  • A cadaver room
  • 38 faculty offices
  • Collaborative and peer-based learning spaces
  • 2400-sqaure-foot planetarium

The science building will have solar panels installed in the nearby parking lot to help with the energy needs and will  offer all-gender bathrooms plus a private lactation room for those nursing babies.

The project is funded by Measure J, which is a $190 million bond approved by voters in November of 2016.

The construction site is between the math and allied health buildings. Check out the daily progress by viewing  Camera 1 and Camera 2.

The Butte College is now announcing that on April 17, 2024, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the main campus, you are invited “to leave a mark on the new science building and planetarium” by signing the science building beam.

Be apart of the action and go sign the beam on Wednesday.

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