A new Undergraduate Science Centre opened in the Engineering Environment Experimental Learning building last week. Housed in EEEL 445, the new centre will offer advising exclusively to students in the faculty of science. The building will house five full-time advisors, with two coming from the Student Success Centre. Cindy Graham, the associate dean undergraduate with the faculty of science, said the new advising centre is the first phase in a two part process. The USC will move to a bigger space once funding is provided. The centre is already open and science students can seek advising from the new USC starting right away.