At about 92,000 square feet, the Teaching and Learning Centre is one of the largest buildings on the campus.
Its atrium faces south, providing a spectacular view of the campus, the City of Prince George, and the mountains beyond. It houses classrooms, teaching labs, academic offices, research space, and student areas for a large number of UNBC programs and connects to the rest of the campus through the Teaching Laboratory.
Did You Know?
The distance between the Atrium floor to the top of the butterfly roof is nearly 21 metres - the tallest on campus. The five-storey columns in the Atrium are unique. They normally span just three storeys.