Innovation is woven throughout High Point University’s DNA. Congdon Hall is a reflection of that. At $120 million total, these programs and this facility reflect the single largest investment in HPU’s history. Students have already begun to study in the state of the art laboratories. Graduate students preparing to become pharmacists, physician assistants and physical therapists have access to equipment and spaces that rival top universities. These programs are lead by health care professionals such as Dr. Daniel Erb, dean of the Congdon School of Health Sciences, and Dr. Ronald Ragan, dean of the Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy, who have years of clinical experience treating patients and education future health care providers. Learn more about the Congdon School of Heath Sciences in the slideshow below.