The $12 million facility will include 11 laboratories for chemistry and biology, a nursing simulation laboratory, six faculty offices and two seminar/classrooms spread over two floors.
- Several areas of the student union were renovated to provide additional administrative space for Student Affairs and expanded facilities for accommodated testing. With continued growth in the RealWorld Action program, dedicated space was created to better meet students’ needs.
- The information technology administrative offices were relocated to the Owen Library in space adjacent to the technical services operation. This move improves efficiency by centrally locating key IT operations.
- A welcome center was incorporated into the redesigned admissions office. An expanded reception area includes additional seating focused around a fireplace.