As more students enroll in science and health careers, schools are creating new programs to meet those needs. Often, when a new program is introduced, the existing facilities are not equipped to support the new program. That is where Science and Medical Lab Equipment Renewal Programs can help. By proactively investing in equipment to support new programs, schools are better equipped to attract students to that program. A Renewal Program can then be aligned to anticipated enrollment numbers to make the upgrades affordable for the school.
These programs are perfect for science lab equipment, medical equipment and patient simulators. They allow your school to align costs to enrollment, aid in student recruitment and improve the overall learning environment for students.
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