Features of the Life Sciences Center
Innovative Classrooms and High-Tech Labs – Classrooms are where all knowledge begins, and Gwinnett Tech's expanded health sciences program now serves more than 3,000 students annually in 13 new classrooms and 12 high-tech labs. Hands-on experience is essential to the program, and each student at the center has access to the newest technology and trains on the most modern equipment available.
Individualized, Hands-On Study – The Life Sciences Center features study space designed to foster both an individual and group focus, for daily tasks, for independent student research and for interactive study time. The new building also includes conference space and computer labs.
Knowledgeable Faculty – Hiring the brightest faculty members ensures that the students working in healthcare and bioscience fields have an excellent foundation to begin their careers. This new building is helping to attract the best in the field who want to be a part of the exciting growth at Gwinnett Tech.
A Program Dedicated to Students – Gwinnett Tech is committed to preparing a workforce that can rise to the challenge and meet the demands of the future. Through the Legacy of Lives campaign, the college will be able to increase both student capacity and expand program offerings. Gwinnett Tech is standing firm in its commitment to being an educational leader and preparing students to become productive members of our community.
Gwinnett Tech offers a unique instructional environment, where a student's ability to find a rewarding and challenging job is a benchmark of success. Our current job placement rate for health science graduates exceeds 98 percent.
Gwinnett Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era’ or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). For more information on compliance activities, contact Lisa Richardson, Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, 5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Building 100, Room 323B, Lawrenceville, GA 30043, 678-226-6691.