The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing facility was one of the first buildings designed under Emory University’s campus master plan guidelines created by Ayers Saint Gross. The building forms a prominent campus gateway and connects to the School of Public Health. Its scale, massing, fenestration, and exterior materials complement historic campus structures. The facility consists of two linked structures, the larger of which is a five-story building containing offices, labs, and other ancillary spaces. The smaller, three-story structure is the teaching pavilion, with a large auditorium, case study rooms, and large classrooms. Ayers Saint Gross served as Design Architect and Stevens & Wilkinson served as Associate Architect.