Center for Health and Well-Being
Our new 68,000-square-foot building opened in July 2017 and allows us to offer comprehensive health services in an atmosphere that contributes to and reflects our commitment to patients' well-being.
LEED Gold Certified
The building boasts 36 percent in energy savings over buildings that are less sustainable.
Bringing the Outdoors In
Natural elements have been proven to lower blood pressure and positively impact well-being.
A Place to Relax
Outdoor views, green spaces and natural light make the building a place that promotes relaxation and self-care.
Home to mental health services on campus, the Thomson Building is immediately adjacent to the Center for Health and Well-Being so students can access all of their health care needs in one central area.
Green Office Certified
Sustainable practices are a reflection of our commitment to holistic health and well-being.
The building uses colors that have been shown to reduce stress and anxiety.
Centralized Mental Health Services
Counseling, psychiatry and mental wellness services are conveniently housed under one roof.