Jacksonville University Construction of Healthcare Sciences Center

Jacksonville University is constructing a new Healthcare Sciences Academic Center, a three-story, 104,000-square-foot facility. The project, costing $20 million, is set for completion in January 2020. It will house the School of Applied Health Sciences, School of Orthodontics, and Keigwin School of Nursing graduate programs. The center aims to meet the growing demand for healthcare professionals, offering modern classrooms, labs, and a student health center. Stellar and PQH Architects are managing the construction. The campus's proximity to Dolphin Pointe Landing will provide hands-on training opportunities. Jacksonville University, founded in 1934, offers a variety of majors and programs across a picturesque 240-acre campus.