Cox Science/Language Center
As its name reflects, the Cox Science and Language Center, built in 1966, is the hub of WWU sciences. Inside you will find many classrooms and science labs packed with equipment needed for research. This building also houses an observatory, featuring a Meade LX200R 14" Ritchey Chetien Astronomical Telescope, which was the most widely used research telescope at the time of installation in 2008. Clark Cox was a member of the William Woods Board of Trustees for more than 50 years and a generous contributor to the university.