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Health Sciences Building

Health Sciences Building

There are only a few named spaces left!  HCC’s future healthcare professionals were thrilled to enter the new Health Science Building for the first time in 2013.  The addition of new faculty, advanced technology, and lab space has greatly assisted in allowing the new and existing health sciences programs to flourish.  The total cost of design and construction for the HSB was provided by capital funding from the State of Maryland and Howard County.  Therefore, 100% of the gifts the HCC Educational Foundation receives for the named space opportunities in the HSB go directly to assist HCC students.  Named space opportunities start at $2,500.

  • Named Spaces Available

    Named Space

    Description

    Cost per Space

    Health Sciences Building

    113,000 square feet of instructional space to support the allied and health sciences disciplines

    $2,000,000

    FIRST FLOOR

    Student Lounge #1 (2-story)
    990 square feet (room 100C)

    Adjacent to the Atrium and central stair; place for students to study or hold quiet conversations while overlooking the campus Quad

    $50,000

    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet each (room 114)

    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture.

    $15,000 each

    24 Seat Classroom
    730 square feet each (room 115)

    Classroom with enhanced technology

    $10,000 each

    Lecture Hall
    3,350 square feet (room 150)

    150 seat capacity; theater-style lecture hall with lecture capture;3 projection screens; instructor station

    $500,000

    Dental Suite
    3,020 square feet (room 168)

    Suite includes a fully functional dental clinic and a skills lab with specialized simulators as well as spaces for instrument processing and the forming and grinding of dental molds

    $100,000

    SECOND FLOOR

    Emergency Medical Services Skills Lab #2
    1,550 square feet (room 260)

    Special equipment for EMT/paramedic students

    $25,000

    Emergency Medical Services Skills Lab #1
    1,550 square feet (room 262)

    Special equipment for EMT/paramedic including ambulance simulation skills lab

    $25,000

    Skills Bay # 1
    (mobile unit, 264A)

    Located in the Rad Tech Skills Lab

    $2,500

    Skills Bay #2
    (bed x-ray, 264B)

    Located in the Rad Tech Skills Lab

    $5,000

    Skills Bay #3
    (bed x-ray, 264C)

    Located in the Rad Tech Skills Lab

    $5,000

    Skills Bay #4
    (mobile unit, 264 D)

    Located in the Rad Tech Skills Lab

    $2,500

    Computer  Lab
    1,860 square feet (room 266)

    50-seat computer lab

    $25,000

    THIRD FLOOR

    Adjunct Faculty Suite
    1,340 square feet (room 304)

    Administrative and instructional support area  and faculty offices

    $15,000

    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet (room 363(6))

    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture.

    $15,000

    Simulation Suite
    5,360 square feet (room 370)

    4-room suite including 4 debriefing rooms and 4 simulation rooms, student reception area with high fidelity 3G model simulators

    $100,000

    Debriefing Rooms
    350 square feet each (rooms 381, 387, 389)

    4 separate rooms with computer and monitor to see up to 8 students to discuss simulation activities

    $5,000 each

    Student Lounge #2
    1,140 square feet (room 300)

    A place for students to study or hold quiet conversations while overlooking the campus Quad

    $25,000

  • Spaces Already Named

    Named Space

    Description

    Donor

    Outdoor Garden #1

    South garden near HSB entrance from existing parking lots

    Barbara and Larry Greenfeld

    FIRST FLOOR

    Atriumv
    790 square feet + 500 square feet (room 100)

    Focal point and main entrance to the building, including central stairwell and landing

    Rotary Clubs of Howard County

    Small Group Study
    185 square feet each (rooms 102)

    Study area for small groups of 8 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability and overlooking the Quad

    Sharon Pierce Evans

    Small Group Study
    185 square feet (room 104)

    Study area for small groups of 8 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability and overlooking the Quad

    Laurie and Steve Diener and Family

    Lounge Area #1
    650 square feet (room C101)

    A place for students to study or hold quiet conversations

    Lynn Coleman

    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet each (room 162)

    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture.

    Ron Carlson

    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet each (room 163)
    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture. Emily Slunt
    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet each (room 110)
    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture.

    Melinda Pope

    40 Seat Classroom
    1,000 square feet each (room 112)
    Classroom with enhanced technology instructor station, LCD projector, 3 flat screen monitors, flexible/modular furniture.

    Alice Bey

    24 Seat Classroom
    730 square feet each (room 111)

    Classroom with enhanced technology

    Dr. Susan Baker

    24 Seat Classroom
    730 square feet each (room 113)

    Classroom with enhanced technology Judy L. Smith

    Exercise Science Skills Lab
    1,550 square feet (room 164)

    Specialized equipment to train students in the areas of sports and exercise science; including treadmills, elliptical machine, recumbent bike and tools for fitness assessment

    Phillip Nelson, CA President

    Physical Therapist Assistant Skills Lab
    1,550 square feet (room 165)

    Special equipment to train physical therapist assistants and athletic trainers; including physical therapy tables, a whirlpool, parallel bars and a staircase

    Kenneth and Linda Solow

    Medical Laboratory Technician Lab
    1,550 square feet (room 166)

    Special equipment to train medical laboratory technicians; including a chemistry analyzer, hematology analyzer, incubators, autoclaves, centrifuges, phlebotomy equipment, laminar flow hood, and a 4-head teaching microscope

    Doug Biegel, COLA

    Dental Skills Lab
    895 square feet (168B)

    A training clinic with 8 fully functional dental chair bays equipped with digital radiography equipment

    Bob and Bach Jeffrey

    Dental Skills Lab
    869 square feet (room 168E)

    Special equipment to train dental hygienist with specialized simulators

    Dr. David Bastacky

    Group Study Area #1
    530 square feet (room 170)

    Study area for medium groups of 15 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability

    Tom and Marie Glaser, Robert Glaser and Leonard Glaser

    SECOND FLOOR

    Nursing and Allied Health Administrative Suite #1
    1,100 square feet (room 236)

    Administrative and instructional support area  and faculty offices

    HCC

    The Overlook (2nd floor bridge)

     

    Barb Van Winkle

    Small Group Study
    185 square feet each (rooms 202, 204)

    Study area for small groups of 8 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability and overlooking the Quad

    Missy Mattey

    Small Group Study
    185 square feet each (room 202)
    Study area for small groups of 8 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability and overlooking the Quad Anne Johnson

    Lounge Area #2
    650 square feet (C201)

    A place for students to study or hold quiet conversations

    Nancy Calder

    Faculty Lounge
    315 square feet (room 230)

     

    Ron Carlson

    Small Conference Room #1
    340 square feet (226)

    12 seat conference room overlooking the campus Quad

    Georgene Butler

    Large Conference Room
    530 square feet (room 250)

    20 seat conference room overlooking the building atrium

    Dr. Kathleen Hethrington

    Ambulance Simulator
    (included in room 262)

     

    Angel Burba

    Sonography Skills Lab
    1,250 square feet (room 263)

    Special equipment for sonography including ultrasound machines and specialty lighting

    Tyler Tate

    Radiologic Technology Skills Lab
    2,025 square feet (rom 264)

    Special equipment for radiological technology students including X-ray equipment, mammography equipment, etc.

    Bob Hartson and Sabine Wilson of Howard Radiology

    Cardiovascular Technology Skills Lab
    1,550 square feet (room 265)

    Special equipment for cardiovascular technology students including  state of the art mentis simulator

    Kathy and Howard Rensin

    Home Health Skills Lab
    1,550 square feet (room 269)

    Home-like environment with a kitchen, living dining room and bath for nursing and physical therapy students

    Lisa Olivieri

    Group Study Area #2
    860 square feet

    Study area for large groups of 40 with access to computers, flat screen monitors and wireless capability

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Iota Lambda Omega Chapter, Howard County, MD

    THIRD FLOOR

    Lounge Area #3
    650 square feet (C301)

    A place for students to study or hold quiet conversations

    HCC

    Small Conference Room #2
    340 square feet (room 326)

    12 seat conference room overlooking the campus Quad

    Farida Guzdar

    Nursing Skills Lab #1
    1,550 square feet (room 365)

    RN, LPN nursing student skills labs with vital sim mannequins

    Maria Tildon

    Nursing Skills Lab #2
    1,550 square feet (room 364)

    RN, LPN nursing student skills labs

    Maria Tildon

    Nursing Skills Lab #3
    1,550 square feet (room 362)

    RN, LPN nursing student skills labs

    Maria Tildon

    Nursing Skills Lab #4
    1,550 square feet (room 360)

    RN, LPN nursing student skills labs

    Maria Tildon

    Nursing Skills Lab #5
    1,550 square feet (room 366)

    Includes ADA transfer toilet skills bay; isolation room skills lab

    Maria Tildon

    Simulation Labs
    260 square feet each (rooms 376, 380, 386, 390)

    4 separate simulation labs with simulation mannequins for student learning

    Ken and Marie Kittelberger

    Debriefing Rooms
    350 square feet each (room 379)

    4 separate rooms with computer and monitor to see up to 8 students to discuss simulation activities

    Hamel Builders

    Computer Alcoves
    40 square feet each (1st floor)

    Located in the simulation reception area for students to sign in to use simulation labs

    2nd floor alcoves held for nursing artifacts display case(s)

    Sam Rensin

    Computer Alcoves
    40 square feet each (3rd floor)

    Located in the simulation reception area for students to sign in to use simulation labs

    2nd floor alcoves held for nursing artifacts display case(s)

    Laura Sessions
    Computer Alcoves
    40 square feet each (3rd floor)

    Located in the simulation reception area for students to sign in to use simulation labs

    2nd floor alcoves held for nursing artifacts display case(s)

    Rob and Diane Freedman
  • Designate Your Named Space Scholarship

    The total cost of design and construction for the Health Sciences Building was provided by capital funding from the State of Maryland and Howard County.  Therefore, 100% of the gifts the HCC Educational Foundation receives for the named space opportunities in the HSB go directly to assist HCC students.  Learn more about the greatest needs for student scholarships and how designating your scholarship to a specific fund will make a significant impact on students.

    For more information about naming a space in the HSB please contact Missy Mattey, HCC Educational Foundation Executive Director at 443-518-1970.

  • About Health Sciences at HCC

    HCC remains at the forefront of innovative health care training that prepares students to meet career goals and workforce demand in an affordable and expedient way. In addition to a renowned nursing program, one of the largest in the state, the college offers programs in over a dozen in-demand allied health fields. View a list of scholarships and endowments that support students in this field of study.

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