In 2007 the College’s new purpose-built facility was opened. The high ceilinged foyer, with its view over the herbal gardens, has as its focal point a sculpture by Richard Cooper, formed from bronze castings of branches off trees that once grew in the College grounds.
Students at the College enjoy the benefit of three modern classrooms, all equipped with laboratory sinks, gas taps and positioned to capture natural light.
Additional facilities for student use include:
- Onsite clinic and dispensary
- A spacious well stocked library with access to computers, electronic databases and with wireless internet access
- Cheal Cottage - student common room with kitchen and study rooms with computers and wireless internet access
- A large medicinal herbal garden, which students learn to maintain sustainably
The College rents its classrooms, clinic rooms, and board room. The classrooms are excellent venues for seminars. Clinic rooms are ideal for health practitioners to rent on a casual basis. The board room has been used for meetings and focus groups.