Student were welcomed back to campus for the Spring 2014 semester with the opening of classes in the new Center for Natural and Health Sciences. The academic building houses classroom, research space  and labs for the natural sciences, computer information technology, and nursing programs. 

Classes have officially begun in the new Center for Natural and Health Sciences. The academic building provides classrooms and laboratories for the natural sciences, computer information technology, and nursing programs.

The 22,000 square-foot building has 15 dedicated learning spaces including a student-faculty research laboratory, a 63-student capacity lecture hall, a 54-student “in the round” lecture hall, three computer information technology laboratories, a general and an advanced biology laboratory, a general and an advanced chemistry laboratory, two preparation and research rooms, two nursing simulation laboratories, one nursing skills laboratory outfitted with ten hospital beds, ten total bathrooms, and three student lounge areas.

All five floors are connected to Berchmans Hall so students can enter from any floor or the main entrance facing the Keating Quadrangle. 

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