Gadbois Hall

Gadbois Hall is the current home of our Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences which includes simulation laboratories, classrooms, and faculty offices. You’ll learn everything from how to do a head to toe assessment to use an IV pump to caring for a patient with a spinal injury.

Equipment Includes:

  • Multiple Adult Advanced Patient Simulators
  • Birthing Patient Simulator and Child Patient Simulator
  • Multiple Adult, Child, and Infant Patient Manikins
  • Pyxis Medication Administration Dispensing Machine
  • Functional Head Walls
  • Electronic Smart Pumps for IV Therapy
  • Defibrillator, Ventilator, and EKG Machines

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Goulet Science Center

Goulet Science Center is home to the college's science departments including biology, chemistry, mathematics, psychology, and physics. The building features a lecture hall with advanced multimedia technology, a reading room, computer center, greenhouse, and modern labs with specialized equipment for each of the departments.

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Grappone Hall

Scheduled to be completed in the Fall of 2025, Grappone Hall will be the permanent home of the Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences. The new building estimated at 45,000 square feet, will provide nursing, public health, and health science students with the learning environment and experiences they need to become the next generation of healthcare leaders. It will include a 150-seat auditorium, a public health community space, an 11,000 square foot state-of-the art simulation center, collaborative learning spaces for kinesiology, anatomy, and physiology, and community spaces on two floors for students to meet and study.

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Rendering of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Breaking Ground on a New Facility

The new state-of-the-art facility at Grappone Hall will be the home of the Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Estimated to be 45,000 square feet in size, the new facility will include nursing simulation labs, high-fidelity classrooms, student study spaces, and other features.

The new building will provide a modern learning environment and allow for the expansion of lab and simulation capabilities.

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