Coming Fall 2025

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College of Health Professions D Building (CHP-D)

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About the Building

The College of Health Professions D building (CHP-D), represents a significant investment in our students, our faculty, and our community. The college’s fourth building will serve as a hub for collaboration and innovation, fostering a spirit of intellectual curiosity and cross-disciplinary exploration. It will provide a state-of-the-art learning environment for our students and cutting-edge research facilities that support our vision to improve the health of populations by developing and inspiring health scientists and leaders.

The building is expected to open in fall 2025.

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CHP D Groundbreaking

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New building groundbreaking for the college provides gift for innovative technology, treatments and learning

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Grant funds RENEW center

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Steve Kautz, Ph.D., chairman of the Department of Health Sciences and Research, has been awarded a $7.9 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) federal construction grant to build the Clinical Research Center for Restoration of Neural-based Function in the Real World (RENEW).

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January 24, 2024
Construction Notice to Proceed 
Icon of shovel Winter 2024
 Site demolition Pile Driving
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 Building Foundations, Storm Water Vault
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Steel Erection and Concrete slabs
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Fall 2024
Building Top Out and Building Waterproofing
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Winter 2025
 Building Façade, Building Dry-in
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Spring 2025
 MEP installation
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Summer 2025
 Building Finishes and sitework
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Fall 2025
MEP Commissioning
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December 1, 2025
 MUSC move in
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January 2026
 Students start classes

The College of Health Professions would like to give a very special thank you to Tina and Ricky Doscher for their transformational gift.

Ricky and Tina Doscher

“MUSC saved my life, and I am still grateful to this day. We have chosen to give to MUSC because our donation makes a difference, if not immediately, then years down the road. There are many worthy nonprofits, but a gift to help build a facility or a gift that helps provide lifesaving technology and treatments that continue to save lives many years down the road, is the best gift of all.”
Tina and Ricky Doscher