In 2005, Western Michigan University's College of Health and Human Services programs came together under one roof for the first time in a striking new facility which represents the best of science, technology and humanitarianism, while it facilitates progressive methods of teaching, learning and research.
High tech labs
Our teaching labs include the latest technology to prepare our students for today's health care careers. We also have the latest instructional technology to prepare students in the classroom for real-life situations they'll face during their internships and beyond.
Cutting edge classrooms
Our classrooms allow faculty and students to connect in new ways with the latest technology. From CVIT to video conferencing to webcasting, our facility offers many possibilities. Like much of campus, wireless technology is prominent in our building. We also have several computer labs open to faculty and students.
A shining example of WMU's commitment to sustainability, the building's 2009 gold-level certification Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) distinguished it as the most highly rated higher education building in the United States.