This structure was known as the ‘Science-Agriculture Building’ until 1960 when it was renamed ‘Cook Building’ in honor of S.H. Cook, long-time dean and two-time acting president. It now houses the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences. Cook Building was used for science and agricultural studies until 1990 when the Department of Agriculture was moved to the Westcott Building. Through 2000, Cook continued to house the classrooms and laboratories for the biology, chemistry and physics departments. It also houses the Berry Middle School.