2151 Old Brick Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
South University’s campus in Richmond, VA, is located in the Short Pump area northwest of the city on a 115-acre mixed-use tract containing retail businesses, offices, apartments, and condominiums. The campus occupies almost 30,000 square feet in a building constructed specifically for South University. The facility includes classrooms equipped with the latest technology, as well as specialized laboratories for the Health Sciences, Nursing and Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs, a library, student lounge, computer lab and a bookstore, and faculty and administrative offices. Committed to help students accomplish their individual educational goals, faculty and staff interact with students in a friendly and professional academic environment.
South University’s Richmond campus library provides scholarly resources and information services to support the curriculum and programs of the University, foster academic and professional research by the University community, and facilitate critical thinking and life-long learning by students. The library provides comfortable seating and study space for students, wireless capabilities for laptop network connectivity, and reference and interlibrary loan services. The open stack book collection provides access to reference and circulating materials, and program-specific resources to support class assignments. An online library portal with access to more than 60 databases in all disciplines is available electronically 24/7 on and off campus to all authorized students and faculty. More than 50,000 digital textbooks, video clips, images and full-text dissertations are included in the library offerings.
Computers for student use are available in the library, as well as in two computer labs with 48 work stations. Each workstation offers Internet access, online database services, a suite of office software, tutorials and class support-software.
Note: This South University campus is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.
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Post Graduate Certificates**
Family Nurse Practitioner (PGC)
Business Administration (MBA)
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, 10 Quarter Program (MA)
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, 8 Quarter Program (MA)
Criminal Justice (MS)
Master of Science in Information Systems (MS)
Master of Science in Nursing (Specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner) (MSN)
Physician Assistant (MSPA)
RN to Master of Science in Nursing (BSN/MSN**) , with the following specializations:
- Family Nurse Practitioner
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BS)
Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management (BS)
Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BS)
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Specializations (BS)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA)
Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BS)
Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS)
Physical Therapist Assistant (AAS)
**NOTE: Minnesota residents are not eligible to enroll in the online programs for the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Post Graduate Certificates in Nursing, the Master of Science in Nursing or the RN to Master of Science in Nursing.
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