Classes taught in Gleason Hall lead to some of today's hottest careers—including computer science, engineering, and radiologic technology. It's also home to the Optical Technology and Radiologic Technology Labs, as well as the Natural Science Learning Center and Engineering Technologies Learning Center where students can get assistance in learning related to these disciplines.
The high-tech Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Center for Excellence in Nursing is an essential component of the curriculum for allied health programs and other related disciplines. It simulates actual health care environments, providing our nursing students with interactive experiences that go well beyond the classroom. With 22,560 square feet and two levels, its cutting-edge components include a lab prep area, patient simulator/tutorial lab, computer and media center, and four teaching labs (nursing, medical, surgical, and maternity) equipped with a wide range of nursing equipment.