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The L. T. Holdcroft Residence
Constructed in 2001, this four-story building can house 140 students (70 double rooms) spread over three floors. Each room has two single beds, built in desks, chairs, and a walk-in closet. A full washroom is shared between two rooms. These three floors also have designated prayer rooms, laundry facilities, and lounges equipped with a gas fireplace. The 3rd and 4th floor lounges have full kitchen facilities (i.e, stove, fridge and microwave). The lower level houses the Campus Pastors offices, a board room and a 160 seat cafeteria which opens onto a large patio. A TV room and games room are located on this level.
The Phil and Jennie Gaglardi Memorial Gymnasium
The building doubles as a college size gymnasium with room for spectators and an auditorium seating up to 600 people. It also houses an exercise/weight room and washroom/shower facilities.
The Eric A. Hornby Academic Building
This building houses several campus facilities: the majority of the college's administrative and faculty offices, including the President, Dean of Education, Business Administrator, Omega Global, and Enrolment Services; eight classrooms; the college bookstore; and a student lounge.
The Revival and Learning Centre
In the spring of 2010 the college completed a building program that added the Revival and Learning Centre to the newly renovated Eric A. Hornby Academic Building providing new classrooms and faculty offices.
The Lorne Philip Hudson Memorial Library
Constructed in 1988, the library houses a collection which now totals more than 100,000 items, including books, CDs, newspapers, magazines journals, musical scores and DVDs. The library also has an extensive archival collection of items pertaining to the college and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. The Library hosts its own web site (
), including access to the library database and to electronic books, journals, newsletters, audio recordings, videos and reference web sites.
The Mary Ellen Anderson Memorial Chapel
Constructed in 1986, the 350-seat chapel features a stained glass window. The chapel contains storage rooms adjacent to the platform and a sound room. The basement houses faculty offices, a classroom, and music practice rooms.
The William J. Friesen Residence
This four-suite apartment contains three three-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom apartment and a common laundry room. Depending on individual needs either married or single students may be housed in the suites.
The Vernon R. Morrison Residence
This sixteen unit apartment contains nine one-bedroom and seven two-bedroom suites. Although smaller than the standard size, the second bedroom in the two-bedroom suite is adequate as a child's room or as a study. The building also has a lounge, a laundry room and individual storage lockers. Depending on individual needs, either married or single students may be housed in the suites.
The Holdcroft Dorm Traffic Circle
This is an area commonly used for picking up and dropping off students. The main entrance to the dorm building is off this traffic circle.
The Main Traffic Circle
Located in front of the Hornby Academic building and adjacent to the Library and Chapel, this is an area frequently used for picking up and dropping off students.
Sports Field and Track
Recently the college was able to develop a sports field with a track surrounding it. A recent grad class donated soccer goals and nets.
Parking Reserved for Residents of the Morrison Apartments
Parking Reserved for Residents of the Friesen Apartments
General Parking for Students and Visitors
Faculty and Staff Parking (some visitor stalls)
Main Office Entrance & Deliveries
Parking for Residents of the Holdcroft Dorm
Faculty & Staff Parking and Kitchen Deliveries
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