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Health Sciences Building

Health Sciences Building

This 113,000 square foot building houses a wide variety of innovative programs focusing on nursing, cardiovascular technology, emergency medical services, exercise science, life fitness, health care, health education, human services, nutrition, radiologic technology, and public health. Modern simulation labs allow faculty to teach new courses, expand teaching methods and give students opportunities for active hands-on-learning. As the demand for health services increases, this innovative facility provides students with cutting-edge skills and educates health care workers for careers well into the future.


113,000 SF


Lecture Hall

3,350 SF (room 150)

Computer Lab w/50 seats

1,860 SF (room 266)

Adjunct Faculty Suite

1,100 SF (room 304)

Classroom w/40 seats

1,000 SF (room 114)
1,000 SF (room 363)
$10,000 each

Classroom w/24 seats

730 SF (room 115)
$5,000 each


Emergency Medical Services
Skills Lab 1

1,550 SF (room 262)

Emergency Medical
Services Skills Lab 2

1,550 SF (room 260)


Dental Suite

3,020 SF (room 168)


Simulation Suite

5,360 SF (room 370)

Debriefing Rooms

350 SF (room 381)
350 SF (room 387)
350 SF (room 389)
$5,000 each


Skills Bay - Mobile Unit

100 SF (room 264A)
106 SF (room 264D)
$2,500 each

Skills Bay - Bed X-ray

229 SF (room 264B)
234 SF (room 264C)
$5,000 each



Contributing Donors: Dr. Susan D. Baker, Kenneth Lloyd Berman, Willie and Georgene Butler, Nancy and Bob Calder, CareFirst, COLA, Lynn and Carlton Coleman, Columbia Association, Cornick Family, Laurie and Steve Diener, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Rob and Diane Freedman, Glaser Family, Greater Catonsville Dental Study Group, Farida Guzdar, Hamel Builders, Robert and Mimie Helm, John and Kathleen Hetherington, Howard Radiology/Hartson-Wilson Family, Bach and Bob Jeffrey, Anne and Chuck Johnson, Ken and Marie Kittelberger, Lewis Contractors, The Links, Inc., Vlad Marinich, Mattey Family, The Pearl Foundation, Inc., Charitable Affiliate of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Sharon Pierce Evans, Kathy and Howard Rensin, Sam Rensin, Rotary Clubs of Howard County, Laura Sessions, Emily and Joseph Slunt, Bernadene Hallinan Smith, Judy L. Smith, The Solow Family, Barb Van Winkle, Weinstein Greenfeld Family, Paul R. Willging Endowment

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