Masters Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering
The Masters Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering opened in 2007. It is a combination of several different buildings/wings. The Masters Center is named for its benefactor, Frank M. Masters Jr.
- Esbenshade Hall, opened in 1967, houses science facilities, as well as the Gibble Auditorium, which holds both classes and many campus events.
- Musser Hall, which is home to Elizabethtown College's chemistry program.
- Lyet Wing, opened in 2007, which is also home to science facilities, namely the biology program.