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Facilities & Technology

The School of Education & Health Sciences merges critical reflection with fostering a learning community that focuses on educational theory and practice. Our facilities bridge the gap between classic practices and the most advanced emerging technologies.

College Park Center

As of Monday, May 19, the faculty and staff of the Dean's Office, the Center for Catholic Education, and the Department of Teacher Education from the School of Education & Health Sciences have relocated to the sixth floor of the College Park Center (CPC). The CPC is located on Brown Street, across from the main campus. The Departments of Health & Sport Science and Counselor Education & Human Services will follow mid-June. The Department of Physician Assistant Education and the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program also have their offices, classrooms, and labs there. The facility features modern, interactive classrooms, work space, and technology and equipment, as well as spacious commons areas for individual study and group collaboration.

New office locations will be as follows:

  • Office of the Dean: CPC 618
  • Accreditation Office: CPC 618 
  • Department of Teacher Education: CPC 680
  • Department of Health & Sport Science: CPC 646
  • Department of Counselor Education & Human Services: CPC 629
  • Department of Educational Leadership: CPC 651
  • Department of Physician Assistant Education: CPC 500
  • Doctor of Educational Leadership Program: CPC 651
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy Program: CPC 207
  • Center for Catholic Education: CPC 652
  • Curriculum Material Center: CPC 684
  • Educational Field Office: CPC 618
  • Office of Operations & Technology: CPC 618
  • Online Learning Program: CPC 618
  • Upward Bound: CPC 618

Adapted Physical Activity at the Frericks Center

Students in the Department of Health & Sport Science's Adapted Physical Activity course (HSS 220) have the unique opportunity to work with children with exceptionalities from the Dayton Community at the Frericks Convocation Center, across Brown Street and up the hill from the College Park Center.

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Cadaver Lab at College Park Center

The Doctor of Physical Therapy space on the second floor of the College Park Center includes a cadaver laboratory where graduate and undergraduate students gain a firsthand understanding of human anatomy.

Bod Pod at College Park Center

The College Park Center also houses the Bod Pod. Part of the Department of Health & Sport Science's Wellness Program, the Bod Pot measures percent body fat to help faculty, staff, and students establish realistic health goals.

Produce One Food Lab at the College Park Center

In 2013, the Dietetics program of the Department of Health & Sports Science inaugurated its new Produce One Food Lab, on the fifth floor of the College Park Center. Dietetics students now have a state-of-the-art foods lab on campus that offers many opportunities for students to develop key skills for their future profession in dietetics.

River Campus

The River Campus, also known as the 1700 Building, is located at 1700 South Patterson Boulevard in Dayton. Just a few minutes from our main campus, this beautiful facility offers a wide range of interactive classroom space, with the most up-to-date technology, as well as observation labs for masters level counseling students. Graduate students in Counselor Education & Human Services and in Educational Leadership take most of their classes at this location. The facility has a wide range of interactive classroom space as well as high-tech observation labs for masters level counseling students.

Dublin Campus

As of August 2012, students have the opportunity to attend classes in the programs listed below at our Dublin Campus:

The Dublin Campus facility offers six classrooms as well as group study and collaboration areas and observation labs for masters level counseling students. It also provides kitchen and vending facilities. The Dublin Campus is located at 5747 Perimeter Drive in Dublin, Ohio.

Bombeck Family Learning Center

Our coursework is not confined to traditional academic buildings. Early Childhood Education majors complete some of their coursework at the Bombeck Family Learning Center, the university's demonstration school. Students have the opportunity to attend class and to work directly with children in the center's infant, toddler, and preschool programs. The Bombeck Center features safe, dynamic classrooms and nap space designed for each age group as well as two playgrounds, an outdoor courtyard, and two indoor gyms.

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The RecPlex

Department of Health & Sport Science majors regularly use the resources and facilities at the RecPlex, the campus recreation facility, to complete coursework and research projects.

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Office of Operations & Technology

To thrive, you need to be integrated and on the leading edge of emerging technologies. Our Office of Operations & Technology effectively integrates emerging technologies into all of our programs.

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Online Programs

The School of Education & Health Sciences offers online courses through the Department of Teacher Education, the Department of Educational Leadership and the Doctor of Educational Leadership Program. Guided by a faculty of highly qualified and experienced educators, you meet online and share the learning experience with your instructor and classmates. With small class sizes and program flexibility, there are ample opportunities to engage with your instructor personally and receive the individual attention that you deserve.

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