HHSB


A Unique Vision

"The vision for the new Health and Human Services Building (HHSB) at Coppin State University is unique, different from those traditional campus academic facilities. This new state-of-the-art academic facility became operational in the fall of 2008, contain classrooms, laboratories, a moot court room, office spaces and other support facilities traditional to academic buildings on campuses, however, it is the inclusion of clinical services, forensic laboratory, community outreach programs, observation areas and the demonstration suite for early childhood education that makes the new HHSB unique, an inviting service provider to the campus community as well as surrounding communities; a modern, state-of-the-art living laboratory for students, faculty, and practicing professionals, typically associated with learning environment in the 21st century. The new HHSB makes a strong welcoming statement, identifying University's mission of high quality undergraduate and graduate education as well as providing hands on services to its surrounding communities."

Dr. Maqbool Patel
Associate Vice President
Administration and Finance

HHSB Inside Story: Crestron Electronics Technology

Campus and Community Impact

"The design and implementation of technology in HHSB has had a major impact on the School of Nursing's ability to provide didactical instruction and simulated clinical practice during a time when we are experiencing increased student enrollment and a national wide faculty shortage. As a result of this technology we have been able to increase the number of students per class section and provide simulated and virtual clinical excursions while maintaining our level of excellence in teaching"

Marcella A. Copes, Ph.D., RN, Dean
CSU Helene Fuld School of Nursing

"A primary goal of our institution over the next decade is to enhance the University's mission of high quality undergraduate and under graduate education as well as providing services to its surrounding community. Along this line, the University's office of capital planning has taken a major step forward; Health and Human Services Building is one example of providing such facility, a modern state-of-the-art academic facility with the current student/faculty support, information technology and telecom infrastructure along with the community outreach clinical programs typically associated with learning environment in the 21st Century. We also want to thank our competent information technology division for their full support to accomplish our goals and objectives successfully."

Dr. Maqbool Patel
Associate Vice President
Administration and Finance

"The technology available to both faculty and students has had a transformative effect on our academic experience. We are better connected to one another and our learning experience has become richer and more interactive. The cutting edge technology enhances our ability to help our students achieve their full potential."

Dr. Rolande Murray
Professor

Available Technologies

  • 1 - Video Wall Mediated Classroom
  • 1 - Rear Projection 100 Seat Tiered Classroom
  • 18 - Smart Classrooms/Labs consisting of:
    • 2 - Meeting Rooms
    • 2 - PC Classrooms
    • 1 - Open PC Lab
    • 11 - General Classrooms
    • 2 - Large Classrooms
  • 8 - Conference Rooms with Enhanced Technology
  • 2 - Seminar Rooms with Enhanced Technology
  • 1 - Master Control Room
  • 5 - Nursing Simulation Labs (1 large, 4 small)
  • 1 - Moot Court Room

Capital Planning

410.951.3780   Phone
410.951.3788   Fax

Hours / Location
Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
PEC, 341