Robert E. Curry Christian Life Center
Sits atop the hill with stunning views of the town square. It houses a gymnasium, indoor pool, indoor track, weight room, cardio machines, racquetball courts and sports medicine training room.
Two multilevel structures house 116 students with each apartment consisting of four single bedrooms, two full baths, a small kitchen and dining area, washer and dryer facilities. They offer a stunning view of the County Courthouse.
Cal Turner, Jr. Center for Church Leadership
Is the home of the CCL program, housing church relations, religious life, and Martin Serves. The campus minister and several religion faculty members also have offices here.
Residence hall for women students. It houses a guest lounge, small chapel for the private use of the students, a laundry room, and the resident counselor's apartment. It commands a panoramic view of the campus from its front terrace.
Starnes Student Union Building
Contains the College's dining hall, the Jazzman Café, student mailboxes, counseling offices, and the Student Resources Center.
Recently purchased, this historic home is available for future expansion of the college's academic offerings.
Residence hall housing men and women in separate wings. Conveniently located adjacent to Grissom Gazebo and the Campus Green. This building has a guest lounge, laundry rooms and the resident counselor's apartment.
Herbert and Grace Grissom Colonial Hall
Historic Colonial Hall is home to the President’s Office, Admissions, Financial Aid, Development, and the Business Office
House the offices of Academic Affairs, Registrar and Institutional Research
Barton Entrance Gates
These beautiful columns, a gift from Barbara and Mike Barton, mark the main entrance to the campus.
Located at the corner of West Flower and Third Street has 12 two-bedroom apartments, offering upper class honor students and married student housing.
Warden Memorial Library
The library provides academic support to both the students and faculty of the college. It is located on the ground floor of the Johnston Center.
D. W. Johnston Center
Contains 16 classrooms, 16 faculty offices, and the Warden Memorial Library. This building is the center of the educational activities for the College.
Virginia and Thomas Gault Fine Arts Center
Initially constructed in 1931 as the College's gymnasium, this renovated facility contains a 124-seat acoustically tuned recital hall, Barton Art Gallery, offices and classrooms for the Art and Music programs. The Gault Center also houses a fleet of Steinway pianos, earning Martin Methodist College as an "All-Steinway School" – One of only 86 worldwide.
Dr. W. Harold Andrews Science Building
Classrooms, faculty offices and laboratories for biology, chemistry, nursing, and physics. It also features a large lecture room.
Houses classrooms, faculty offices, the Upperman Room for lectures and dinners, and a 500 seat auditorium which also serves as "The Martin", the area's only first-run movie theater.
Martin Hall Auditorium & "The Martin"
The area's only first-run movie theater, operating in Martin Hall Auditorium for Friday and Saturday night shows and Saturday and Sunday afternoon matinees.
Located at the east end of the Campus Green, is used for graduations, concerts, theatrical performances, and other outdoor events.
MMC President's and their families have historically resided on campus in the President's home. This beautiful home was constructed in 1910.
Houses the College's Human Resources, Maintenance, Housekeeping and Grounds offices.
RedHawk Book Nook
The College Bookstore, originally a private residence, has undergone a complete renovation and offers textbooks, laptops, supplies, RedHawk clothing and merchandise.