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KCU At A Glance
Welcome to Kentucky Christian University at a glance! For your convenience, we have provided a number of opportunities for viewing campus from the comfort of your home. Take a look around and see what you think.
Listed below of are the various locations of campus for you to visit. Included in your visit are dimensions as you plan the set up of your dorm room and what to bring.
After your virtual tour, if you decide that you would like to physically visit our campus for a tour and more information, just schedule your date with the admissions office.
Lusby Center is named for the first two President’s of KCU, J.W. Lusby and Dr. J. Lowell Lusby. This building is located in the center of campus and houses Waters Cafeteria, Damron Hall of Champions Gymnasium, mailroom, bookstore, and classrooms. Offices for the School of Social Work & Human Services, and the School of Arts & Sciences are also located in this facility.
Wayne B. Smith Center for Christian Leadership
The Smith Building is located north of Lusby Center and is primarily a classroom facility. The Smith Building is named for Wayne B. Smith, retired Christian Church minister. This building also houses the offices for the Keeran School of Education, the Sack School of Bible and Ministry, and the School of Business.
McKenzie Student Life Center
The McKenzie Student Life Center (MSLC) is named for James C. McKenzie, former KCU Executive Vice President who was influential in campus re-development for over 20 years. This facility is located directly across from the Smith Building. The MSLC is equipped with tennis courts, a multi-purpose room, fitness area, locker rooms with showers, saunas, and whirlpools, plus racquetball courts.
The Nash Chapel is named for Dr. Donald A. Nash, long time Bible and Ministry Professor at KCU. Nash Chapel is the site of KCU’s twice weekly chapel services and houses the School of Music.
The Young Library is named after Dr. Palmer Young, past president of KCU, and contains over 80,000 volumes as well as one of three computer labs on campus.
Ruth Administration Building
The Ruth Administration Building houses the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Information Technology, Advancement, and the President & CEO of the University.
Located at the north side of campus, this facility contains locker rooms for men’s and women’s soccer, and football. The fieldhouse also has a weight room, athletic trainer offices, and whirlpools.
Waters Hall, named for Henry L. & Dorothy Waters, is the largest dorm on campus and is designated as a men’s dorm. It is located at the north end of campus near the Athletic Fieldhouse.
Pifer Hall, named for Lester E. Pifer, former KCU Professor and Director of Development, is a men’s dorm located next to the Young Library.
East & West Halls
East & West are the newest dorms on campus and are identical in their layout. These are designated at women’s dorms, and are in a quad configuration.
Dale Hall is named for former long-time KCU professor, Andy Dale. It is designated as a women’s dorm.
Jones Hall is named for John Willie Jones, a former KCU trustee, and is currently used for overflow campus housing and visitors.
Snodgrass Hall is named for KCU co-founder, J.O. Snodgrass, and currently houses the KCU Football Offices.
Trinity Hall, which was completely remodeled in 2011, serves as the home for KCU's Biology/Pre-professional program. Students in this program, most of whom are preparing for further study in Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Veterinary, or