Meyer Hall is a 53,000 square foot math and science academic building.The building itself features a full basement and two stories above grade. The structure is supported by a concrete footing and foundation wall system that supports a structural steel framework. Exterior walls are a combination of brick, synthetic stucco, and limestone supported by a metal stud framing system. The interior of the building has abundant natural lighting, wide open informal gathering areas, wide corridors and terrazzo floors. A green house complements the facility along with exterior gardens that are used for research.