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Kampeter Hall is located at the corner of Kimbrough and Cherry streets

Kampeter Hall located at the corner of Kimbrough and Cherry streets

A dream started almost two years ago has come true.

Missouri State University will officially unveil the newly renovated Ann Kampeter Health Sciences Hall – home of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services (MCHHS) – to the community next week.

About the dedication

The grand opening of the Ann Kampeter Health Sciences Hall is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on September 6 at the south end of the building. Kampeter Hall is located at the corner of Kimbrough and Cherry streets.

Parking is available at Bear Park North.

The event is free and open to the public. Tours of the building will take place after the ceremony.

Growth space

MCHHS Dean Dr. Mark Smith said this project benefits students and their learning.

“The building’s renovations are important for current and prospective students,” Smith said. “The building upgrade demonstrates that the environment in which people work, learn and study is important to MSU.

“Additionally, with the investment in the Student Success and Advice Center, MSU and MCHHS are sending an important message that we care about student success and are ready to invest in it.”

Thanks to Donors

The building’s multi-year renovation project was made possible through donations to the Missouri State University Foundation.

Kampeter, parish secretary at St. Stanislaus Church in Wardsville, received his bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from MSU. She is also a member of the MSU Board of Directors.

“Ann’s motivation behind the donation was that she wanted students who studied in the Vocational Building (now Kampeter Health Sciences Hall) to have the same experience as students who entered other newly constructed and renovated spaces. on campus,” Smith said.

Facility upgrades

Features of Kampeter Hall’s newly renovated spaces include:

    • Study spaces dedicated to students.
    • A centralized counseling and student success center at MCHHS.
    • Two upgraded classrooms.
    • Newly renovated bathrooms on all floors.
    • Improvements to all common areas.
    • Improved administrative suites.
    • Significant upgrades to the building’s heating and cooling systems.

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