New Student Health Center Being Built at North Carolina A&T State University

ncatsuHistorically Black North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro has broken ground on a new student health center. The current Sebastian Health Center was built 60 years ago when there were 2,000 students on campus. Today, total enrollments are about 10,000 students.

When construction is completed in August 2014, the new center 28,000-square-foot facility will replaced the old 11,000-square-foot health center. The new center will include 11 exam room, seminar space, a laboratory diagnostic center, a women’s health center, a substance abuse and counseling area, a modern pharmacy, and a triage area.

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