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Martindale Hall Renovation

A Healthier Tomorrow
Serving the community through purposeful education and outreach

Healthy living and quality healthcare are important to the welfare of everyone. Addressing mental and physical health needs are critical factors for our communities to flourish. Northwest’s School of Health Science and Wellness is committed to addressing the region’s needs through high-quality, state-of-the-art educational programs, delivered in the reimagining of Martindale Hall.

New Spaces

New Spaces

Will Address Growing Program Needs

  • Well-Being Lab
  • Recreation and Abilities Lab
  • Food and Nutrition Lab
  • Psychology Lab
  • School Counseling Lab

Martindale Hall opened on the Northwest campus in 1926 to provide physical education for the mind and body. Fast forward nearly 100 years and we better understand that our health and wellness is so much more. Purposeful adjustments to the School of Health Science and Wellness’s offerings during the past decade have led to significant enrollment growth in critical areas of need spanning labs and offices in four buildings across the Northwest campus.

The University is pursuing capital improvements to significantly enhance program offerings and remedy associated staffing and space needs. Renovations to improve the quality, efficiency and relevance of Martindale Hall are long overdue, and the proposed remodel will allow all of the School’s units to finally reside under one roof where collaboration can flourish.

Academic Offerings

Academic Offerings

  • 7 Bachelor Degree Programs
  • 6 Master's Degree Programs
  • and many more Pre-Professional Tracks

The reimagined Martindale Hall will be home to a diverse portfolio of bachelor degree programs such as nutrition, RN to BSN, recreation, applied health sciences, physical education, psychology and human services.

As well as master’s degree programs in nutrition, school counseling, nursing, recreation, physical education, and applied health science and sport sciences.

Pre-professional tracks are available for athletic training, occupational therapy, physical therapy, social work and a variety of other medical and mental health fields.

Targeted future programs include public health, healthcare management, sociology and mental health graduate programs.

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Join us in ensuring a healthier tomorrow

Northwest Foundation, Inc.
660.562.1248
advance@nwmissouri.edu