The Health and Natural Sciences building is approximately 65,000-square-foot of ground-up, new construction, housing six health science simulation laboratories and eight science laboratories. These laboratories include one microbiology laboratory, one biology laboratory, two chemistry laboratories, two anatomy and physiology laboratories, one earth sciences laboratory and one testing laboratory. In addition, the space includes various support spaces like prep rooms, faculty offices and the Frances B. Ross Lecture Hall. The health science program consists of laboratories for occupational therapy, associate degree nursing, vocational nursing and EMT/MA/ML/HITT. The Health and Natural Sciences Building also acts as an anchor to the south portion of campus, expanding the campus framework for further growth. This new addition to the campus framework will promote the concept of discovering the layers of science and be a learning tool for students, faculty and the community.