Wellness Center – Pennsylvania State University

The former campus library was re-purposed into a new 16,624 gsf science building.

March 10, 2018

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Harrisburg Campus, Middletown, PA

The former campus library was re-purposed into a new 16,624 gsf science building. The main entrance was redesigned to reflect a more high-tech aesthetic appearance and rhythm to complement the programs within the building. Natural light was introduced into the interior by new high-performance windows that penetrated the former windowless facade.

The Center was relocated from the basement to the CUB’s second floor to provide better quality health care, educational and preventive health services to Penn State’s Students.

A spacious waiting room allows the receptionist to monitor all patients waiting for medical assistance. There are multiple exam rooms, a large medical filing room to house all medical records, offices, a laboratory, and a Wellness room/library.

“Moving into their new suite was a dream come true … The students say it now feels like a hospital experience from the moment they enter the reception area that continues until they are treated. Even after 4 years, the suite still looks great and continues to meet the University’s needs, even with its expanding enrollments.”

Marylou Martz recently retired Assistant Director of the Wellness Program and Services, February 10, 2018


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