Excellence in science has a long and storied history at Southern Nazarene University. Across the years, over 3,000 science students have gone on to become teachers, medical doctors, dentists, researchers, nurses and professors. The faculty of the Division of Science and Mathematics at SNU excel in teaching and are exceptionally qualified in their respective disciplines (91% have earned the terminal degree in their field). However, the Don Beaver Science Building, that has served the purposes of science education for forty years is in need of a major upgrade to its lab facilities. SNU is already in the first phase to construct a new 25,891 square feet annex that will accommodate biology labrooms, faculty offices, research labs, and student study places. Phase 2 involves adding chemistry labs and offices to the second floor. The following video is a virtual tour of the planned science annex.