Loyola University Chicago

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Clinical Education

Clinical Simulation Learning Laboratory

The Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing Clinical Simulation Learning Laboratory (CSLL) is located at the Lake Shore Campus in Mundelein Center, Room 317. The multifunctional lab provides students with the opportunity for learning and risk-free practice throughout the nursing program.

The CSLL is designed to simulate the various clinical settings and provide the undergraduate students with opportunities to learn and enhance their technical, communication, critical thinking, and decision-making skills. This is accomplished through the use of clinical case scenarios, faculty guidance, and student practice.

The CSLL is equipped with state of the art resources including high fidelity simulators (adult, obstetric, and pediatric), virtual reality simulators, computer lab, eight hospital bays, and three simulation suites.

Center for Simulation Education

The Loyola University Chicago Center for Simulation Education (CSE) is located on the Health Sciences Campus.

This comprehensive simulation education and performance assessment enterprise features the latest training facilities allowing medical and nursing students, residents, and health professionals to develop and demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills and collaborative practice.

Learning takes place in a safe, risk-free environment where individuals have the opportunity to repeat a skill and achieve mastery.

Find out more about the Center for Simulation Education.

Carol Kostovich, PhD, RN
Associate Dean for Simulation-Based Teaching and Learning
Email: ckostovich1@luc.edu
Phone: 708-216-8097