The HCC is the newest addition to the SAGU campus. It houses the College of Music and Communication Arts, classrooms, practice rooms, faculty offices and Einstein Bros. Bagels.
Teeter and Bridges are the newest dorms and provide the highest-level living accommodations at SAGU. Each floor has a study room, TV lounge, laundry room, and suite-style rooms.
The Wellness Center is one of the most popular amenities at SAGU. It contains an indoor basketball court, track, junior Olympic pool, hot tub and sauna. Fitness classes are offered daily.
The Sheaffer Center is the largest building on campus and houses the College of Bible and Church Ministries, Admissions, cafeteria, auditorium, classrooms, Athletics and gym.
The Student Center is the hub of student life. It houses Student Congress, Career Services, Student Services, the Mail Center as well as the Lions Den Grille and gaming area.
Collins Hall is a historic campus landmark and was the first female dorm. It now houses students in SAGU's LEAD program.
Kendrick Hall is the all-girl residence hall. Outside Kendrick rooms have a four-person bedroom, one bathroom, and a living area, while indoor Kendrick has suite-style dorm rooms.
Savell is situated between the Barnes Student Center, Kendrick Hall and the Sheaffer Center. It is a co-ed, 3-story dorm with large dorm rooms that accommodate four students.
Guynes Hall is one of the most popular dormitories on campus. It is a co-ed, three-story dorm with suite-style dorm rooms.
Regents apartments is housing for exemplary senior students who have maintained a 3.0 GPA or higher. Apartments include two bedrooms, a kitchen, bath, washer/dryer, and living area.
The Davis building is home to administrative offices including Financial Aid, Registrar, IT, Accounts Receivable, the Learning Centers and Business Services.
Farmer houses faculty offices, classrooms, the President, the College of Business and Education, the Business Department, Alumni Relations, Advancement and Accounting.
The Nelson Memorial Library houses resources for SAGU students, faculty, staff, and researchers. It includes study resources, a full library, and the Ellis Archive Center.
Sycamore Place houses SAGU’s School of Distance Education offices and testing center, the Assemblies of God Credit Union (AGCU), and SAGU Christian Bookstore.
The SAGU Security office houses our campus security officers who provide a safe and secure environment for those on campus.
The Claxton Athletic Center was the original gymnasium and weight room when SAGU was established in 1927. It now houses the football offices and locker room.
The Foster Center, originally the Foster Music Building, is now home to the Education department, and contains numerous classrooms and private study rooms.
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