A renovated residence hall opens in August!
A recent multi-million dollar renovation to one of Indiana State’s residence halls not only improves the quality of life for students, but it also provides academic support and learning opportunities for future healthcare practitioners.
Reopening this fall following an $11 million renovation, Sandison Hall will feature The McKee Nursing Center, equipped with the latest technology for students majoring in nursing and other health care careers to provide valuable hands-on learning opportunities. In addition to students serving as assistants and academic peer advocates, nursing and related health care faculty will now have more opportunities to go where their students live and be available to interact with them outside the classroom.
Sandison Hall, a coed residence hall adjacent to Hulman Memorial Student Union near the center of campus, is a living and learning environment. It will house future health care professionals on five of its eight residential floors and will serve as the new home for the Leadership Learning Community. The McKee Nursing Center will be located on the first floor, with additional space in the basement for conferences and group study sessions.