Facilities in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
The School of Nursing is housed in Regula Hall, Malone's newest academic building. The 30,000 square-foot structure, attached to Mitchell Hall and the Timken Science building, houses classrooms, state-of-the-art nursing and science laboratories, faculty offices, and a café. The building was named in honor of U.S. Representative Ralph Regula (R-Navarre), retired, of the 16th Congressional District, and his wife, Mary, founding chair and president of the National First Ladies' Library in Canton. Congressman Regula's efforts to secure federal appropriations were instrumental in assisting with the construction of the building.
The dedication of Regula Hall, was May 19, 2007. A cornerstone verse was selected: “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17 (NIV)
Center for Study and Testing
The Center for Study and Testing (CST) provides nursing students with a quiet environment conducive to independent, effective learning. The CST houses all teaching learning materials, and is a center which provides students a location to view assigned videos and DVD's, take/retake quizzes and exams, complete Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) (computer programs, CD-Roms, web-bases resources and sites), and be tutored. There are 35 networked computers available for student use.
Center for Clinical Learning
The Center for Clinical Learning (CCL) is a location hosting all skills and related equipment, including a main lab with ten patient care units. A four-bed practice area is adjacent to the main lab.