At Mount St. Joseph University, we know the value of having access to quality facilities to a student’s education.
Our campus features newly-renovated state-of-the-art microbiology, chemistry, health sciences, and computer labs. Our renowned art gallery, Studio San Guiseppe, showcases regional and national exhibits throughout the academic year.
Health Sciences Learning Labs
The Health Science Division has several unique and well equipped learning labs on campus including a high fidelity patient simulation suite. Other labs around campus include spaces with physiology and health assessment and rehabilitation equipment, an inpatient lab with 12 hospital beds complete with oxygen, IVs and monitoring equipment to simulate a hospital/skilled environment, and an exercise physiology room with a motion analysis system. Within these spaces, students are able develop the assessment and intervention skills for diverse patient populations before they participate in clinical experiences off campus.
At the Mount, students have access to a wide variety of excellent facilities for both intercollegiate and intramural sports, including a Sports Complex, home to the football, lacrosse, soccer and track and field teams. This facility features an all-weather playing surface and synthetic all-weather eight-lane running track. The complex houses concessions, locker rooms, showers, equipment storage, and facilities for athletic training.
Use of campus facilities
The Campus Facilities Office plans and coordinates the use of campus facilities by student, and other campus groups, as well as external groups. University facilities are made available to the community for workshops, retreats, seminars, summer camps, and meetings as well as for entertainment and cultural performances in a wide variety of activities sponsored by off campus groups.
Conditions for use of facilities
Booked events must be in accord with and support the mission of the University so students have the opportunity to profit from exposure to these events, which represent social, cultural and professional diversity. The use of facilities by outside groups must not infringe on student needs and on-campus rights.
Campus Facilities Office
Please contact the Campus Facilities Office at (513) 244-4327 or or (513) 244-4200 to rent space on campus. Rental costs of rooms are subject to change.
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