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Campus Services and facilities

Due West Campus Services and Facilities

Bowie Divinity Hall

Seminary offices are in Bowie Divinity Hall. Classes are held in Bowie and Reid Hall.

Moffatt Dining Hall

Food service at Erskine Theological Seminary is provided by ARAMARK Campus Dining Services. Moffatt Dining Hall serves the entire Erskine community and includes a private dining room, Founders Room. ARAMARK also offers meals at Snapper’s (featuring burgers and other selections) and the Grumpy Mule (a coffee shop), both located near the Fleet Shop, which offers apparel and convienience store items.

Handicapped Facilities and Services

Bowie Divinity Hall, Reid Hall, and Moffatt Dining Hall are accessible to students with disabilities. The Seminary provides recordings of lectures for students with learning disabilities and makes special arrangements for administering exams, as needed. Other accommodations must be made through the Student Development Division (located on the second floor of Watkins Student Center and available by phone at 864-379-8701).


Housing is offered, on a space-available basis, for male and female students, in several buildings on campus. Watkins Student Center provides guest rooms for single men and women, as well as married couples.

Laura Bell Christian Education Center

This center serves as a resource for Christian education and is located in Reid Hall. The center was completed in 1997 through the generosity of the late Miss Laura Bell, who donated materials she had collected throughout her career as a Christian educator.

McCain Library

The library houses both the College and the Seminary library collections. The library’s website provides access to its online catalog, along with many electronic databases, e-books, and e-journal titles. The library also oversees a small library on the Seminary’s Columbia site. McCain Library is a member of the Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL), which affords benefits to students, including statewide academic library borrowing privileges.

Bowie Arts Center

The center was completed in 1995 through the generosity of Dr. and Mrs. W. Parker Bowie. This artistic center of Erskine houses several permanent collections, as well as many traveling exhibits that visit Due West every year.

Galloway Physical Activities Center

The 65,000 square-foot center provides classrooms, two gymnasiums, a weight room, and an athletic training room.

Columbia Services and Facilities

First presbyterian church, The Bridge, 1400 Lady Street

Seminary offices for faculty and staff, and the library are located on the 2nd floor.

Ministry Building, 1420 Lady Street

Seminary classes are held on the 3rd floor.

The John R. and Jane E. de Witt Library

The library houses this Seminary collection at its Columbia site. Services include a circulating and refence book collection, wireless internet access, desktop computers, printers, copiers, study rooms, and on-site resource assistance. Through the library’s website, students have access to the online catalog, along with many electronic databases, e-books, and e-journals. Additionally, students and faculty at this location have statewide academic library borrowing privileges through the Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL).

Greenville Services and Facilities

Mitchell Road Presbyterian Church, 207 Mitchell Road

A Seminary office for faculty and staff is located in the church’s main office suite. Seminary classes are held normally in B-105 and B-111 classrooms.

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