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The Luerssen Building was built in 1972 and was the first building at the Penn State Berks campus. Luerssen houses classrooms, faculty offices, engineering labs, a computer center, animal science lab, biology labs, and occupational therapy labs.



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Text description of imagery in video for visually impaired visitors:

Walking down the path in the woods toward the back of the Luerssen building. 

Three cars parked in the lot behind the building.

Image of the sky transitions into the sign on the outside of the building that reads “ Luerssen Building”

“Physiology Lab” – View of tables, body models, and a view of the chalkboard.

“Biology Lab” -  Lab benches with microscopes and toxic waste bags. Close up image of a microscope.

“Outdoor Space” – shots of the field outside of the building, tent set up in the grass.

“Vending Machines” – Pepsi machine and snack machine

“Parking lot”- Rows of cars parked in the lot behind the building.

“Student Lounge” – Table, chairs, and computer located in the student lounge.

Flashing pictures of different images throughout the building. Police services, Nittany Lion, Classrooms,
Image of the outside of the whole building.

Sign: Luerssen Building. Information Technology, PEPP, Police Services