Payne Hall is home to Randolph-Macon’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, which prepares students to become nurses through a robust curriculum in the arts and sciences. Within this three-story, 30,000 square-foot, state-of-the art facility, nursing students will experience discipline-specific as well as interdisciplinary learning opportunities.
Features of the building include a simulation center designed to replicate complex patient care situations, a technology-enhanced classroom to support students’ development of clinical judgment, and dedicated laboratories for health assessment. The building also has offices for full-time nursing faculty, adjunct instructors, and staff.
While the first two floors of Payne Hall are dedicated solely for the nursing program, the third floor has four classrooms for general academic use.