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1 Health Sciences Building Current Space Repurposed Jim Falco Dr. Amy Maxeiner Dr. Tony Miksa

2 Overview  Utilizing current space for health and sciences educational programming – Model to repurpose current space – Space allocation from feasibility study  Displacement of current educational programming – Sections – Students

3 Conceptual Framework  Assumption – Utilized Exhibit 5.1 Health and Sciences Programming table Wet Lab Space (12,300 sq. ft.) Clinical Simulation Lab Space (14,500 sq. ft.) – Efficiencies based on location – Did not consider classroom space – Did not consider future space

4 Wet Lab Space  Located on the second floor of Building A – Positioned together for efficiencies – Considered ventilation – Build around current location  Allocated the following spaces – A220, A222, A224, A226, A228, A228a, A205, A206, A207, A208, A208a, A209, A211, A213, A215, A215a, A217, A230, A230a, A221 – Current lab, classrooms, Foundation Office, faculty offices, Board Room

5 Clinical Simulation Lab Space  Located on the second floor of Building E – Positioned together for efficiencies – Build around current location  Allocated the following spaces – E202, E200, E202a, E215,E218, E216, E214b, E214, E217, E213, E211, E212, E212a, E212b, E212c, E212d, E212e, E212f, E210, E206, E208, E204, E205, E205a, E203, E201, E020, E221 – Entire second floor of Building E, except bathroom – Including one of the new classrooms

6 Estimated Cost for Renovation  Utilized Scenario E – Remodeling existing space – Remove land acquisition – Average cost per square foot of $  Wet Lab Renovation – 12,3000 * $ = $4,735,500  Simulation Lab Renovation – 14,500 * $ = $5,582,500  Total Estimated cost of renovation $10,318,000

7 Displacement of current credit educational programming  Fall 2013 – Building A – 78 sections displaced – Building E – 57 sections displaced – Fall 2013 total – 135  Spring 2014 – Building A – 71 sections displaced – Building E – 84 sections displaced – Spring 2014 total – 155  Fall and Spring Academic Year – Total sections displaced: 290 – Total duplicate students displaced: 6,549

8 Displacement of current credit educational programming  Fall 2013 – Displaced courses to be offered online – ACC 110 BASIC ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES – MAT 120 GENERAL EDUCATION STATISTICS – MAT 150 ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS – MAT 161 COLLEGE ALGEBRA – MCC 101 THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE – PHI 151 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY – PHI 261 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD – PLT 251 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS – SOC 151 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY – CJS 101 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE – CJS 120 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY – HCE 110 MEDICATION MATH – PSY 151 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY – PSY 251 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY – PSY 265 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY  Reduces the number of displaced sections by 35

9 Displacement of current credit educational programming  Fall 2013 – Displaced courses in large lecture format (75 – 100 students) – BIO 110 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY – CHM 115 CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY – EAS 171 ASTRONOMY + METEOROLOGY – MAT 090 ESSENTIALS OF MATHEMATICS – MAT 095 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA – MAT 096 GEOMETRY – MAT 099 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA – MAT 165 COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY – MAT 175 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY – MAT 201 MATH FOUNDATIONS FOR ELEM EDUCATION – MAT 220 STATISTICS – JRN 180 INTRODUCTION TO FILM – PSY 250 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT OVER THE LIFESPAN  Reduces the number of displaced sections by another 20

10 Implications for renovation of existing space  Location for remaining 80 sections of displaced credit classes  Elimination of programmatic spaces foundation and board room  Location for non-credit courses in remodeled area  Elimination of conference center rental service  Elimination of office space for faculty, staff and administrators  Further erosion of student space  This renovation does not include additional space for classrooms, future program development, and fitness center

11 Ongoing Costs  Off-site rental space  Lost revenue from external rentals in Conference Center  Maintenance and renovation of Conference Center  Lost revenue from credit class cancelations  Lost revenue from non-credit courses  Lost revenue from future program development

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