Campus Facilities

The nursing school building provides a functional and comfortable setting for nursing education. The entire building is designed to meet the needs of the handicapped and is completely accessible. Priority usage for the building is nursing education, student and professional organization meetings, and conferences.The building houses: classrooms; conference rooms and auditoriums; offices for faculty, administration, and staff; technology and research laboratories, and student and faculty lounge areas. Office space is provided for the Nursing Student Council, MU Student Nurses’ Association, Diversity in Nursing Association, Nurses Christian Fellowship and the Alpha Iota Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau.

MU SSON Simulation Center

The MU SSON Simulation Center encompasses the Essig Clinical Simulation Learning Center (ECSLC) and the Miller Safe Practices Room. The space is located on the third floor of the Sinclair School of Nursing. It includes five rooms, state-of-the-art simulation viewing room and two storage areas. The Center is staffed by skilled, experienced, professional nurses who can offer suggestions for learning activities.

Media Lab

The media resources laboratory on first floor of J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library houses study carrels, computers, and audiovisual materials. This laboratory is open to nursing students during library hours.

Computer Facilities

Computers are available for student use on the third floor of the School of Nursing building, in the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library and at several student computing labs throughout campus. Schedules and locations of computer labs are available from the Division of Information Technology (DoIT), 615 Locust St., 573.882.5000.

University of Missouri Health Care Campus

The MU Sinclair School of Nursing building is located in close proximity to other health profession schools and facilities, including:

The Harry S. Truman Veteran’s Administration Hospital is located south of University Hospital. Other nearby facilities include the School of Health Professions in Clark Hall, MU Women’s and Children’s Hospital to the northeast, South Providence Medical Park to the south, and University clinics located throughout Columbia and central Missouri.