There are currently five science labs at Southeastern Illinois College. These labs are used for Biology, Botany, Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, Environmental Science, Biotechnology, Chemistry, and Physics courses.
There are two biology labs on campus. Biology lab I houses equipment and supplies to teach scientific inquiry in the biological sciences, ecology, cell biology, genetics and evolution, and has an attached greenhouse. It is used for the Introductory Biology and Environmental Science courses. Biology lab II houses equipment and supplies to teach concepts in microbiology, cell structure, and human anatomy and physiology. It is used for the Microbiology and Human Anatomy & Physiology courses.
Biology Lab I
Biology Lab II
The Biotechnology lab houses equipment and supplies to teach cellular and molecular biology, biotechnology and organismal biology. It used for the General Biology, Botany, Biotechnology and select Anatomy and Physiology courses.
The Chemistry lab houses equipment and supplies to teach inorganic, organic and general chemistry at both the majors and non-majors level. It is used for all chemistry classes at SIC.
The physics lab houses equipment and supplies to perform a variety of physics laboratory experiments. It is used to teach introductory physics and calculus-based university physics.