College of Health Sciences Growth: $24 million

Ample, quality learning spaces are fundamental to enriching students, faculty and staff. Jacksonville University’s highly regarded health sciences program has been so successful that it has overflowed its rooms. Enrollment in the bachelor’s of nursing program is up 25 percent since 2008, and master’s enrollment has more than doubled. More master’s programs are planned, and our first doctoral program is in full swing.

To meet an expected burst of demand in the medical field, our 10-year plan is designed to handle these growth needs. A linchpin to that is ASPIRE’s new proposed 45,000-square-foot College of Health Sciences building with dedicated classrooms, faculty and staff offices, meeting rooms, a multidisciplinary simulation learning center and a computer laboratory.​
 

​For more information contact Dr. John Trainer at 904.256.7036 or jtraine@ju.edu.

                       

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