Because of you history is preserved


Many of the Touro University California campus buildings are more than 150 years old and are federally protected. It is our responsibility to renovate and restore these national landmarks and give them new purpose as they house our future leaders in education and health care. The expansion and renovation of these building projects will preserve TUC’s historical spaces as we continue to realize TUC’s vision. With your help we will create expanded student learning opportunities and innovative teaching in spaces that are fully aligned and supportive of our academic mission and values.

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Lander Hall Research Lab Expansion

The project consists of a complete repurposing of the four (4) classrooms in Lander Hall. It will include the demolition of two existing rooms to create much needed research space to include at least two (2) labs, equipment and offices for four lab managers and investigators and the re-modeling of two classrooms to create two high tech classrooms to support inter-professional learning/small group work. We envision a space that accommodates traditional teaching with the ability to rearrange the furniture to create small learning pods or cluster of 8-10 people. The rooms would also be expanded to support 50 students each.

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Lander Auditorium Renovation Project

Lander Auditorium is in need of a new projection system, a new sound system, and new lighting system.

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