The Mack Library, well stocked with relevant theological resources and staffed by librarians familiar with the needs of upper-level theological students, will be one of your greatest aids in study. The library provides you with access to more than 250,000 physical books and nearly as many electronic books. The physical collection is especially strong in areas of religion and theology. Mack Library also has access to 1,000 periodicals and over 200 databases. For all seminary students, there is also a special Research and Reading Room that is equipped with premier exegetical software and an additional theological reference library.
All seminary students have access to the athletic facilities at Bob Jones University, which includes the fitness center, indoor and outdoor tracks, swimming pool, auxiliary basketball courts, and athletic fields.
The Dixon-Mckenzie Dining Common is the main on-campus venue for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is buffet style with a wide variety of options for each meal.
With loft-style décor and plenty of seating, The Den provides the cozy feel of a coffee shop right here on campus. Food options like Cuppa Jones, Chick-fil-A, Papa John’s, and Esteban’s make this one of the most frequented locations on campus.
Cuppa Jones Express
Cuppa Jones express is located right outside of the Seminary Building beside Mack Library, and offers a variety of brewed coffee, teas, and snacks.
Learn more about dining services and prices here.
Campus View Apartments
Directly across the road from the campus’ main entrance, the CVA provide residences for many faculty, staff and graduate assistants at affordable rates. Open apartments are also used to accommodate visitors.
Special dorm residences are made available for seminary students, and costs can be as low as $300 per month for married couples.
If our on-site housing isn’t the best option for you, the greater Greenville area provides an abundance of housing options enabling you to find what works best for you.