2024 NSU Fact Book

2024 FACT BOOK 15 *These facilities were closed in 2023. Communication, Media, and the Arts (DCMA) at the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences. The Performing and Visual Arts Wing features the following: • a 230-seat performance theater with full staging capacity for recitals, concerts, plays, films, and lectures • a 100-seat black box theater with flexible seating arrangements for multiple staging • academic support facilities for the performing arts, including professional-caliber scene and costume shops; a scenic design lab; dance studios; choral and instrumental rehearsal rooms; music practice studios; and acoustic, percussion, and keyboard technology • visual arts classrooms that support painting, drawing, ceramics, and graphic design • a gallery for the display of private art collections, photography, and student artwork NSU’s Aquatics Complex is an outdoor aquatic center with an Olympic-sized swimming pool and integrated dive well, as well as a dryland training facility. In addition, nine residence halls on the Fort Lauderdale/ Davie Campus have a capacity for housing nearly 2,500 students. The residence halls offer a variety of living options ranging from traditional hall shared rooms to suites and apartments. The Academical Village, just south of the Health Professions Division (HPD), is a project to transform the 30-acre parcel into a mixed-use development. It is the location of HCA Florida University Hospital, which was completed in 2021. Phase one of the Modera Academical Village apartment community is currently under construction by Mill Creek Residential. The 397 homes are planned to open in the fall of 2024. NSU’s Health Professions Division complex is located at the northwest corner of the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus. The complex includes eight buildings totaling more than 540,000 square feet of space for admini- strative offices, classrooms, laboratories, the Health Professions Division Library, and a patient-services clinic. Also, there is a 623,558-square-foot parking structure with space for approximately 1,700 vehicles. The SimCom, which will be a more-than-100,000square-foot interprofessional simulation complex, will be used for advanced training exercises, research, equipment demonstrations, and surgical scenarios. It will include state-of-the-art technology, such as 3D modeling; virtual, augmented, and mixed reality; and holograms, as well as a fresh-tissue lab, operating rooms, team-scenario venues, inpatient skills labs, outpatient exam rooms, and headwall bays. EAST CAMPUS* The East Campus is located in Fort Lauderdale, six miles from the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus. The East Campus is located on 4.5 acres and has 2 buildings that provide 63,000 square feet of office and classroom space. Facilities house the university’s financial operations; the regional campuses administration; human resources; and Alumni Hall, a multipurpose auditorium. NORTH MIAMI BEACH CAMPUS* The NSU Michael Dezer Healthcare Center, located on the 18-acre North Miami Beach Campus, is home to NSU’s Family Medicine health clinic and The Eye Care Institute, both operated by the Health Professions Division. The 29,000-square-foot center serves approximately 15,000 visits per year. NSU will be leaving this facility in mid-2023 at the conclusion of the current lease. OCEANOGRAPHIC CAMPUS The Oceanographic Campus, which serves the Guy Harvey Oceanographic Research Center, occupies 10 acres within the Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park at Port Everglades in Hollywood. The facilities are composed of three original buildings encompassing 27,000 square feet. It also boasts the Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center Building—a state-of-the-art, 86,000-square-foot research facility, as well as the Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Research. Space exists for offices, classrooms, a library,