College of Health Professions

Towson University • Towson, Maryland

A 240,000-SF Center for Health Sciences Education

The new six-story, $140 million College of Health Professions (CHP) at Towson University will consolidate the university’s undergraduate and graduate health sciences programs, currently scattered among six on-campus and off-campus locations, into one state-of-the-art building. Set in the heart of the campus, the new CHP will support the university’s programs in audiology, nursing, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, and other health sciences.

The building will also house a 300-seat auditorium, simulation skill labs, patient exam rooms, and other research labs. The CHP’s design encourages interdisciplinary collaboration between students and faculty across these disciplines. The new facility will also help address anticipated growth in student enrollment. With this project, Towson University aims to help fill the 23,000-person gap in Maryland’s health professions workforce.


Perkins + Will/JMT Architecture

Client History

2024: College of Health Professions; Perkins + Will and JMT Architecture
2024: Glen Towers Improvements; Design Collective
2018: Residence Tower Renovation; DCI Architects
2015: Burdick Hall Generator Replacement
2014: Burdick Hall Renovation; Marshall Craft
2014: Camus Utility Study
2013: Linthicum Hall Renovation
2010: Hawkins Hall HVAC Upgrade
2009: Cook Library AHU Replacement
2008: Cook Library Archives Renovation & Expansion
2006: Center for the Arts; Wilson Butler Lodge Architects/Design Collective
2004: Chilled Water Plan and Distribution System Study and Improvements
2004: Center for the Arts, Modifications to Medium Voltage Electrical Services
2002: Enrollment Services Building HVAC Replacement
2001: Campus Utilities Upgrades
1999: Fine Arts Building Chiller Replacement
1999: Newell Dining Hall Renovations
1999: University Union Building Addition
1997: Boilers 2 and 3 Replacement
1995: Cook Library Computer Room

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