Facilities

  • Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences’ commitment to providing first-class facilities for its students is evident. With your support, KCUMB's campus continues to grow and provide additional academic resources for students.

    D'Angelo Library

    The D'Angelo Library, which opened in 2011, provides a beautiful and spacious area for students, staff and faculty to meet and learn. The Library Commons features amazing views of the Kansas City skyline and KCUMB campus, while designated study rooms provide privacy for individual or group study sessions. The Library also features a multi-purpose conference room, a computer lab and special collections room, which houses the University's archives as well as current osteopathic materials.

    Student Activities Center

    The D'Angelo Library is named for Vincent F. D'Angelo, D.O. (COM '57), and his wife, Cleo V. D’Angelo. Dr. D’Angelo gave generously to the University in his estate plan, wishing to dedicate the library to the memory of his beloved wife, Cleo, and her lifelong love of the arts, including music, literature and nature.

    The Student Activities Center provides a centralized gathering place and work spaces for students, as well as an expansive fitness center, full-service coffee shop, bookstore and more. The rooftop terrace offers views of the Kansas City skyline, as well as another place to study and socialize

    Weaver Auditorium

    The opening of the 1,500-seat Weaver Auditorium in 2008 marked a significant milestone, enabling the University's White Coating and Commencement ceremonies to be hosted on campus for the first time in KCUMB's history. The auditorium is the centerpiece in a complex that also includes the Student Activities Center and the D'Angelo Library.

    The elegant new auditorium honors the lifelong dedication of the late Jack T. Weaver, D.O. (COM ’63), who served as chair of the University’s Board of Trustees for more than 10 years; his wife, Mary; his son, KCUMB President H. Danny Weaver, D.O. (COM ’84); and his daughter-in-law, Debra S. Albers, D.O. (COM ’86).