Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences at Mary Baldwin College

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The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is a new, 52,000 square foot graduate school that will open in June 2014 with doctoral programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy, and a master’s program in physician assistant studies the following year. Located in a corridor designated for growth and investment, the health sciences campus would be part of a 160-acre mixed-use development including 30 acres that would provide a variety of housing options among close to 200 residential units; a six-acre business park that would offer opportunities for additional medical offices; a 100-acre green-space conservation area; and more than three miles of trails for biking, walking, and running. The hilltop location offers vistas of an array of health care facilities as well as the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains.

Founded in 1842, Mary Baldwin College is a diverse institution that transforms lives through personalized education — integrating liberal arts, experiential learning, civic engagement, and global citizenship. At the undergraduate level, the College for Women serves about 800 students on the historic main campus in downtown Staunton, Virginia, and
the Adult Degree Program serves both men and women on campus and at regional centers throughout Virginia. A top-ranked master’s level university, MBC offers co-educational graduate programs in teacher education and Shakespeare and Performance. U.S. News & World Report named MBC a top-tier master’s university in the South and Washington Monthly ranked the college No. 8 among all master’s level universities in the country.


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