TOWSON, Md — Towson makes a huge investment in its college of health professions.
The university breaking ground today on a new six story building for CHP today. It's in the heart of campus, the 240,000 square foot building will consolidate CHP's programs including audiology, nursing, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, and health sciences.
Features include a 300 seat auditorium as well as multiple simulation and skill labs. 10 patient exam rooms, a maker space shop, multiple research labs and more.
"For the first time in our university's history of educating health professionals for the state of Maryland our college will have a primary home on our campus. A home built just for us."
The building is planned to open in the summer of 2024. It's estimated to cost $175 Million. Towson is the largest provider of health professionals in the state.