Constructed in 1998, the two-story Health Sciences Building is home to various health sciences and early childhood programs.
The 38,000-square-foot building includes classroom, lab, and computer space for biology classes as well as the early childhood and health sciences programs. The facility also has a five-star rated preschool center, which serves students, faculty, staff, and the public.
The fall of 2009 started with the opening of the Health Sciences Building addition. The building, now 23,800-square-feet, included the construction of a new building equipped with 12 specialized labs for health sciences programs as well as office space for health sciences faculty and the renovation of existing classrooms and labs. Construction continues on new space for the early childhood education program and child development center.
The Health Sciences Building (F) is located near the center of the campus, nestled between the Tart Building and Smith Building. Parking is available off College Road in Lot 2.