Willow Hall: Texas State Transforms Patient Care
At Willow Hall, Texas State University's new $67.5 million building at the Round Rock Campus, the health care leaders of tomorrow will be trained to help people live healthier lives while meeting the health care workforce needs of Texas.
Willow Hall is the new home for the departments of communication disorders, physical therapy and respiratory care in the College of Health Professions. The new building is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, research labs and specialty clinics that will serve patients from the community.
College of Health Professions By the Numbers
- 98 percent of graduates find jobs in their chosen fields within six months
- 101 acres on the Round Rock Campus, where a variety of bachelor's and master's degree programs are offered
- 100 percent pass rates for licensure and registry exams in clinical laboratory science, communication disorders, nursing, physical therapy, respiratory care and radiation therapy
- 4,180 students graduated from the College of Health Professions in the past 12 years
Learn more about Texas State University's College of Health Professions.