The EDvolution Center is dedicated to providing an environment where emerging technology can be experienced firsthand. Whether it be 3D printing, virtual reality, or robotic technology, students are encouraged to explore, learn, and mold these tools into a strong foundation of teaching.
Along with housing the EDvolution Center, Scully Building is home to education, psychology, and counseling classrooms. The Scully Cafe is also located in the Scully Building, which includes a full service Subway and Kaldi's Coffee Shop.
The Senior Alive Adult Day Care Program is the only social, educational model of this type in Southeast Missouri and is licensed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The purpose of adult day care is to provide supportive programming during the daytime hours to the well and frail senior adult aged 60 and older. The program provides participants with the opportunity to pursue educational interests, interact socially, and continue to access and contribute to the community.
The Horizon's Enrichment Center is designed to encourage independence and community interaction for individuals with special needs who are currently cared for at home or in an assisted living situation. The program provides supportive programming each day by teaching basic life skill lessons, offering a variety of services, and providing the opportunity for them to access community facilities and events.
The University School for Young Children maintains an academic center for the training, research, and education of students in early childhood education and child development. The center conducts a nationally accredited early childhood program open to Southeast Missouri State University’s faculty, staff, and students and to the community. The center serves 145 children throughout 11 classrooms with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years.