Hosting the largest classroom on campus at 95 seats, Bolthouse Hall is comprised of the offices of Information Technology and the Business Division. Offering convenient hours to fit your course schedule, Information Technology's full-time staff provides on-site network support.
Originally the university's chapel, the Gordon Music Building is named after Frank Gordon of Gordon Foods. The hall features practices rooms, a recital hall and faculty offices.
As an intentionally designed venue with a missional purpose, Christ Chapel serves as the location for chapel services on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Evensong is held on Sunday nights during the academic year. For more information on Christ Chapel, visit cornerstone.edu/christ-chapel.
Gainey Conf. Center & Dining Commons
Corum Student Union
Quincer Hall is named after Dr. Sheldon Byron Quincer—the first member of the Grand Rapids Baptist College and Seminary faculty to be awarded title of Professor Emeritus in 1968. As a male, community-style dormitory that houses three students per room, Quincer has a brotherhood atmosphere.
Pickitt Hall is named after Ann Pickitt, wife of Harry Pickitt, who made a sizable memorial contribution to build the hall. Offering a scenic view of the pond, the residence hall houses 140 women.
Housing 80 female upperclassmen, Keithley Hall is named for Dr. Howard Keithley—former Pastor of Berean Baptist Church—who was involved in the planning and development of what is now CU. Every year since 2000, residents paint a brick in the lounge to leave their mark on the building.
Wood Seminary Building
Matthews Performing Arts Center
Dedicated in 2014, Matthews Performing Arts Center, located in the Wood Seminary Building, serves as a premier venue for the performing arts, hosting university concerts, recitals, and theatre productions.
Located in the Wood Seminary Building, the Pirsig/DeBruyn Chapel is the central location for chapel services of Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.
Hansen Athletic Center
Welch Administration Building
The Administration Building, built in 1964, is one of the original buildings on campus. It houses the Accounting & Finance office, the Chancellor's office, the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resources, the Office of the President, the Vice President for Traditional Undergraduate Academics' office and the Registrar's office.
In the Welch Administration Building, you can cash checks, pay your tuition bill, and request a transcript or degree audit.
Daverman Hall is one of the original buildings on campus and houses the science department. The science department is part if the Kinesiology, Science & Math Division and is known for practical, fun-loving, hands-on education. Internships are key in this program due to the many number of science-related opportunities in Grand Rapids.
Daverman Hall recently underwent renovations to turn a science lab into a general classroom. The science wing includes an Anatomy/Physiology classroom, a Chemistry classroom, a chemical storeroom that never fluctuates a single degree from 68° F, and a Chemistry lab.
Daverman also houses general classrooms, a band practice room and a practice room for contemporary groups.