Science and Nursing Building
This structure is desperately needed to serve a growing number of science and nursing students and to resource Simpson University’s commitment to expand the sciences and related curriculum. The Science and Nursing Building will provide classrooms, laboratories, and faculty offices.
Responding to market demand for quality nursing education, Simpson University added its four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree a few years after the launch of a popular R.N.-to-B.S.N. step-up program. Both programs continue to grow beyond capacity. In addition, the university’s biology program has grown steadily and is now one of our top eight majors. Due to limited space, our burgeoning science and nursing programs are scattered in inadequate facilities across campus. An exciting campaign is under way to construct a science and nursing building that would enhance and grow our opportunity to impact many lives in the healthcare field.
- Two stories: one floor dedicated to science majors and one to nursing education
- Six patient simulation zones
- Two clinical skills labs
- Specialized areas for physics, microbiology, genetics, chemistry, organismal studies and anatomy
- General-purpose classrooms
- Centralized faculty offices
WITH YOUR SUPPORT WE CAN
- Strategically address the nursing shortage in California and Oregon in a significant way.
- Equip nurses for world service.
- Increase capacity to over 200 students.
- Add more science degrees, such as chemistry, physics and kinesiology, thereby benefiting an entirely new population of students.
BUILDING DEDICATION - SEPTEMBER 2, 2013
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