Indiana State University Opens College of Health and Human Services

Published 8-29-2019
  • Indiana State University - College of Health and Human Services
  • Indiana State University - College of Health and Human Services

    Courtesy of RATIO Architects.

Indiana State University opened the College of Health and Human Services in August of 2019 in Terre Haute, Ind. Collocating programs in nursing, social work, applied health science, and kinesiology and sports medicine, the collaborative 185,000-sf complex offers leading-edge facilities for education, training, and research. The first phase of the project was completed in 2018 and included construction of a four-story, 85,000-sf addition housing classrooms and offices. The second phase involved the renovation of an existing building to significantly reconfigure interior space and upgrade building systems and infrastructure, enabling the creation of four nursing labs, two 150-seat tiered lecture halls, four classrooms, student lounges, study spaces, and offices for student advising. A gymnasium facility was also redeveloped to create an eight-lane indoor track, with ISU's aquatic and hydrotherapy pools also undergoing extensive refurbishment. RATIO Architects designed both phases of the $64 million project, which began construction in summer of 2016.

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