Life Science Building
Campus home to programs for the College of Nursing and more
Located in the southeast corner of campus off of Service Road, the Life Science Building is home to the College of Nursing and next door to a larger complex consisting of the Bott Nursing Building and Clinical Center. Most human medicine and nursing students will spend time here and at the Secchia Center in Grand Rapids during their coursework. First- and second-year students are connected through state-of-the-art technology, including lectures held in auditoriums that allow students and faculty at both locations to see, learn and interact with each other.
MSU is a research institution and one of the three universities that make up Michigan’s University Research Corridor. Students also have a strong track record of entry into medical and other health professional schools upon graduating with their bachelor’s degree from MSU. Graduate students who choose to continue their education at MSU gain competitive advantages through MSU’s Research Technology Support Facility, which is made up of five analytical facilities and specially-trained staff that help provide researchers with sophisticated analyses and fundamental tools for modern science research.
Newly built and renovated home of Spartan Nursing
The Life Science Building and Bott Nursing Building are part of the health sciences educational complex on Service Road.
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