Facilities in College Station
The physical facility in the Reynolds Medical Building in College Station provides 12 administrative offices, two large lecture halls, two teaching laboratories, six faculty research laboratories, and ample student study areas. In addition, there will be designated space for student organizations, small group study areas, space for student socialization, space for the experiential program, and space for student services. The lecture hall and teaching laboratories will have distant education capability. The college has secured additional space in the adjacent Adriance Building from the School of Public Health; that space includes five administrative offices and laboratory space. The Texas A&M University Health Science Center facilities also provide a simulation lab in the Health Professions Education Building in Bryan for physical assessment. Renovations to the classrooms and research laboratories are currently underway. These physical facilities adequately support expansion and academic delivery.
Since the second campus will be located on the Texas A&M University campus in College Station and the Texas A&M Health Science Center is now merged with Texas A&M University, the library resources in College Station — the Medical Sciences Library (MSL) and the Evans Library — exceed those in Kingsville. The MSL is adjacent to the Reynolds Medical Building. It occupies more than 44,000 square feet containing holdings of more than 120,000 print volumes and more than 1,600 serial titles with collections expenditures more than $1.8 million. That said, most resources are electronic and the college will ensure access that is comparable to both campuses. The MSL is open 24 hours and is limited to graduate and professional students (which includes pharmacy students) only. It has 20 group and individual study rooms and another area contains 20 study rooms.
The college is well prepared and looks forward to implementing the expansion.
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