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New Nursing Building

Nursing Is On The Cutting Edge

The new, state-of-the-art Nursing Building is a welcome addition to the North Carolina Central University campus. The 25,000-square-foot building provides ample space and advanced learning technologies to help students develop into nursing professionals for the 21st century. Please take a moment to explore the many naming opportunities this beautiful facility has to offer in support the nursing program at NCCU.  Help us cultivate future leaders in this health care field and beyond.

Nursing Building — $5 Million

Level One

Room 1208 Click to view floor plan

The Lobby — $500,000

Room 108

The Lobby is the heart of the new Nursing Building. This high-traffic area will house the reception desk and waiting areas for students, faculty and visitors.

 
Auditorium Click to view floor plan

Auditorium — $250,000

Room 1110

The auditorium will be home to many learning events and presentations. This space has 203 stadium-style seats, each equipped with power outlets for laptops and other electronic devices. The auditorium has a fully integrated audio and visual system for professional presentations and events.

 
Room 1101 Click to view floor plan

Medium Lecture — $100,000

Room 1101

The medium lecture rooms have 74 seats to accommodate smaller audiences and lecture-style classes. 

 
Room 1106 Click to view floor plan

Medium Lecture — $100,000

Room 1106

The medium lecture rooms have 74 seats to accommodate smaller audiences and lecture-style classes. 

 
Room 1302 Click to view floor plan

Waiting area — $100,000

Room 1302

This is another high-traffic area where students, faculty and staff will congregate. Students waiting for advising sessions with academic counselors will be the most frequent users of this space.

 
Room 1303 Click to view floor plan

Student Lounge — $100,000

Room 1303

Students can wait for their next class or meeting to begin in this lounge area.

 

Level Two

Wing of the building — $250,000 

 
Room 2123 Click to view floor plan

Fundamentals health assessment training — $100,000

Room 2123

 
Room 2122 Click to view floor plan

Multi-Focus Training — $100,000

Room 2122

 
Room 2315 Click to view floor plan

Room 2315

These three training rooms are state-of-the-art clinical labs where students practice the skills they have learned in the classroom. There are multiple hospital bays equipped with anatomically correct human patient simulators, functioning medical gas lines and medical supplies. These lab spaces provide hands-on learning experiences to prepare students for direct patient care.

 
Maternal/Child health training Click to view floor plan

Maternal/Child health training — $100,000

 
Room 2315 Click to view floor plan

Medium classroom — $100,000

Room 2315

This is a technologically-advanced space that brings faculty and students to the cutting edge of health science education.

 

Level Three

Room 3114 Click to view floor plan

Computer research lab — $100,000

Room 3114

This space houses multiple computers for students to use for their research endeavors.

 
Room 3321 Click to view floor plan

Corridor 3321 — $100,000

The corridor is another high-traffic area on the third floor of the nursing building.

 
Room 3400 Click to view floor plan

Office suite — $100,000

The suite houses the office of the Nursing Department chair. This office space has a conference room, waiting room and office for administrative staff members.

 

Other Naming Opportunities

Level One

Room 1305 Click to view floor plan

Grab and Go, Room 1305 — $75,000

 
Room 1104 and 1102 Click to view floor plan

Seminar spaces (multiple to choose from) — $50,000

 
Room 1115 Click to view floor plan

Computer lab — $50,000

 
Room 1315 Click to view floor plan

Director’s office — $25,000 

 

Level Two

Corridors Click to view floor plan

Corridors (multiple to choose from) — $75,000

 
Room 2309 and 2311 Click to view floor plan

Quiet Study Rooms 2309 and 2311 — $50,000 and $25,000

 
Room 2301 Click to view floor plan

Grad Lounge Room 2301 — $25,000

 

Level Three

Room 3100 Click to view floor plan

Phlebotomy lab — $75,000

 
Corridors Click to view floor plan

Corridors (multiple to choose from) — $75,000

 
Room 3120 Click to view floor plan

Faculty Lounge Room 3120 — $75,000

 
Room 3153 Click to view floor plan

Graduate director Room 3153 — $75,000

 
Room 3208 Click to view floor plan

Boardroom, Room 3208 — $75,000

 
Room 3202 Click to view floor plan

Meeting room, Room 3302 — $75,000

 

Various administrative offices — $25,000 to $50,000

For additional information, please contact

Randal Childs, Assistant Vice Chancellor
rchilds@nccu.edu
919-530-5264

 
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