The national nursing shortage is expected to reach 260,000 by 2025.

Training new nurses is essential to filling this gap.

Southwestern Michigan College seeks to renovate and expand its Nursing and Health Education Building which will allow the college to admit more students into health programs and better prepare students for the demands of the health care industry.

Please make a donation to the Building Healthy Futures campaign to help ensure that you and your family can receive quality health care both now and in the future.

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Building Healthy Futures

'Building Healthy Futures' Announced
The Building Healthy Futures campaign allows all community members to participate in this historic endeavor.

Al Pscholka

Construction Celebrated
"This investment is so important for this region and this state,” Michigan Budget Director Al Pscholka said.

President Mathews at the Press Conference

Project SMC’s Largest Undertaking
SMC plans a $9.6 million expansion to its Nursing and Health Education Building.

Project Updates

August Update

August Construction Update

August moved the project closer to completion with the installation of the ceiling grid, cabinets, countertops and more doors and windows.

July Update

July Construction Update

July brought progress in areas as varied as sidewalks and plumbing.

 

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