Marshall B. Ketchum University Virtual Tour
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Patricia Hopping Commons
The Patricia Hopping Commons is a popular gathering ground for formal events such as back-to-school BBQs, alumni reunions and commencement receptions, but is more often used by students playing Frisbee in between classes or studying while enjoying the Southern California sunshine year around.
Building A: Academic Building
The Richard L. Hopping Academic Center at the Fullerton campus is the hub of academic achievement at MBKU. Theater-style classrooms and lecture capture systems provide students with an ideal environment for academic success. The library is on the second floor of the building, surrounded by group study rooms, a computer lab, and gorgeous views of a shaded creek outside floor-to-ceiling windows.
Physician Assistant Studies Room
In 2016 MBKU graduated its first class of PA students who achieved a 100% pass rate on their national boards! This is no doubt the devoted professors, state-of-the-art anatomy simulation technology and simulated patient testing encourages repetition with patient cases, enhancing student confidence and ultimately patient safety.
The Vision Care Institute (TVCI) is the campus executive board room and conference center which employs projection and communication technology to conference with our educational partners around the world. The modern technology encourages communication as far as Japan and South Korea, where Ketchum University is expanding the scope of international optometric practice with two independent programs of higher learning.
Administration Offices and Student Achievement Center
The Student Achievement Center offers a library of personal support resources for MBKU students. Whether looking for advice on financial wellness or mental wellbeing, students are welcome to stop by and pick up a brochure, develop learning skills beyond the classroom, or meet with Peer Advisors.
Health Professions Building
The Health Professions Building will be a progressive academic environment for interprofessional education. Optometry, PA and Pharmacy students will learn together in both flipped and traditional classroom settings with access to virtual reality patient care simulation equipment, expanded practice exam rooms and shared social spaces like the new second floor student lounge projected to be completed by July 2017.