MAP

    WALK - PRAY - REMEMBER  

* STARTING AT THE COURTYARD OF THE NATIONS:

COURTYARD OF THE NATIONS /  This focal point of the campus was dedicated in 1985. It’s purpose on campus is to highlight the historic link between the school and the world missions endeavors of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC),   Each flag flown represents a nation where the IPHC has established a mission outreach.   As you see the colorful flags fluttering in the breeze—say a prayer for those who dedicate their lives to fulfilling Christ’s command to “ go tell all nations.”

 

THE CABINS (South)/ These small white bungalows house faculty offices.  Pray for the faculty as they work to teach students to excel in all they attempt.

 

PATRICK BUILDING  (West)/  This multipurpose building was also built in the 1980’s to meet the needs of the growing school. It provided crucial kitchen space, classrooms, and a multipurpose hall that at one time served as Chapel-Cafeteria-Classroom. It houses the Rena Patrick Formal Dining Room used for Board and Campus Meetings and events.

 

ROBERSON BUILDING AND AUDITORIUM (West)/ The SCU Graduate school, Spiritual Life, classrooms, Chapel/Auditorium and Campus Diagnostic Center are located in the 75,000 sq. ft building just behind Patrick. The Auditorium has been recently renovated through a legacy from a Graduate School alum.  Pray for the Graduate School and the Spiritual life of the campus while here.

 

ADMISSIONS/ADMINISTRATION (North West)/ This level houses Admissions-Recruitment-Financial Aid-Student Life offices. Also found here are the office of the President, Academic Dean, and  the Business Dept.

 

SCU LIBRARY COMMONS (Springer Learning Center) (North West) / Built in 1985, this lower level houses in 3960 sq ft. the school library, computer lab, classroom, office, and special collections (Hall of History, SCU Archives and Pentecostal Resources).  Say a prayer supporting the hard work that takes place in this space as students focus on their main task on campus  -  to “study”  to show themselves approved.

 

NEW DORM (East) /  The newest structure on campus was erected in 2003 to accommodate a growing student population.  See the lovely common area, The Glass House, donated to provide beauty.  Say a prayer for the students who live there that they may be blessed by SCU and , in turn, become blessings to their world.

 

THE LEGACY PLAZA (East) / This lovely space has been recently provided by SCU alumni as a spot to rest, enjoy nature, and remember those who have gone before.  Stones honoring students, staff, faculty, and groups ring the plaza.  Sit, enjoy, and say a prayer for those who keep the vision of SCU alive.

 

ABLE, Adult Degree Completion Program (East)/ The small white house is the temporary home of this growing program that allows working adults an opportunity to complete their education by attending class one night a week.  Pray that these working adults are encouraged as they strive to achieve their degrees.

 

MUSIC (East)/ The temporary home of the music department; many classes are  held in the Auditorium  to accommodate the special needs of this program.  Pray for the music programs of the university that they continue the heritage of music on the SCU campus.

 

IRVIN & LIGHT HALLS, BELL STUDENT CENTER (South)/ The first building constructed on the campus answered the need for student housing and communal space.  Recently updated, the Halls continue to house eager students and the Bell Center is a focus of student life. Pray for all who reside in these halls.

 

TRIPP STUDENT CENTER & PICKEN-SPRINGER GYMNASIUM (South East)/ This recently expanded and renovated facility (14,000 sq. ft.) provides a wide variety of student recreational activities as well as a full-size basketball court, volleyball court, and locker rooms.


 

 

 

 


 

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