Named in honor of the McIntyre Foundation of Monroe, the 6,500-square-foot wing was added to the northern side of the Hogan Center in 1997.
The McIntyre Center for Exercise and Health Science helps meet the needs of one of Alma’s fastest-growing academic departments. The Exercise and Health Science Department emphasizes a combination of strong science education with generous lab experiences in human physiology, exercise testing and prescription, gross anatomy, athletic training, senior fitness and exercise biochemistry.
The McIntyre Center is visually striking, with exposed interior ceilings and extensive window space along the northern exposure. In the human performance laboratory, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the athletic playing fields and Wilcox Medical Center.