Florida Tech is grateful for the individuals who have contributed to the development of Florida Tech's facilities. Named spaces range from classes and offices, to conference rooms and laboratories, to entire buildings and floors. In every case, the spaces named contribute to the mission of Florida Tech in a lasting way.
We invite individuals, foundations and corporations who believe in the value of exemplary higher education to name space at the university. According to renowned educator and engineer Charles Kettering, "The greatest thing this generation can do is lay a few stepping stones for the next generation." Gifts to name spaces do precisely that.
|Title (Name)||Location||Year Established|
|Gordon Nelson Health Sciences Building||Olin Quad||2022|
|Ted and Melissa Parker Early Intervention Classroom||The Scott Center for Autism||2019|
|Vik and Sandy Verma Lobby||The Scott Center for Autism||2019|
|Fred & Meredith Sutton Functional Assessment Area and Playground||The Scott Center for Autism||2019|
|Joy and Gordon Patterson Botanical Garden||Botanical Garden||2021|
|Geraldine E. Phipps Biomedical Lab||Gordon Nelson Health Sciences Building||2022|
|Douglas M. Schuler Laboratory||Gordon Nelson Health Sciences Building||2014|
|The New York Jets Classroom||The Scott Center for Autism||2018|
|Steven M. Lewis Family Foundation Kenneth Allen Lewis Room||The Scott Center for Autism||2009|
|The Williams Family Balcony||The Scott Center for Autism||2019|
|The Williams Family Staff Offices||The Scott Center for Autism||2019|
|Lawrence “Larry” E. Mertens Building||Mertens||2014|
|The Dan DeRosa Sensory Room||The Scott Center for Autism|