The $18.5 million, state-of-the-art, 61,000-square-foot, three-story Iadarola Center gives Cabrini a resource-rich home for science.
It houses a wide variety of instructional and research space, including a 60-seat “smart” lecture hall, modern biology and chemistry facilities, an exercise-science laboratory, computer labs, and a classroom specifically designed to help teachers teach science.
The building offers laboratory space specially earmarked for undergraduate research and an array of modern science instrumentation. This means that students learn science by doing science, using the tools, resources, and techniques professional scientists use, including:
The building was completed in 2005 and later named in honor of former president Antoinette Iadarola.
The Iadarola Center houses Cabrini’s Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), which offers free academic assistance to all students through peer tutoring, as well as resources dedicated specifically to math and writing.