California Health Sciences University opened the 90,000-sf College of Osteopathic Medicine in July of 2020. Located in Clovis, the three-story building supports the school's innovative active-learning curriculum with three large technology-enabled classrooms that can accommodate small group learning as well as lecture-based instruction. The facility also provides collaborative and individual study spaces, an osteopathic skills lab, and a student lounge with a teaching and demonstration kitchen. A sophisticated 20,000-sf simulation center offers hands-on learning opportunities in real-word environments including a seven-bed hospital wing and a 12-room outpatient clinic. Ground was broken on the project in May of 2018 and construction was completed in December of 2019. Faculty and staff began occupying the building in spring of 2020.