Student Orientation

Open House/Orientation Session to the Hill-Rom Simulation Center, room and equipment is provided monthly.


Anyone with an interest in simulation is welcome.


The master schedule is posted at the Simulation Center Front Desk. We also make efforts to email the master calendar to course leaders for distribution. This event is a come and go as you want event. The last tours will start 30 minutes before the end of the scheduled event.


The Evans Center, Hill-Rom Simulation Center Suite 250


Primarily, we are trying to get students, faculty, and staff to attend one session for about 30-60 minutes. The goal of these events are to help students and faculty feel more comfortable in the simulation areas. Focus will be on how things work in the land of simulation and what is safe to do and what is not safe in the simulation environment.

Please participate in one or more of these opportunities. Our goal is that you as a simulation user feel comfortable in the simulation environment to be able to better participate in your scheduled learning activities.

We at the Hill-Rom Simulation Center look forward to seeing you in the simulation center for orientation and all simulation activities

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