Campus Center is home to several classrooms, a 16-terminal computer lab with Internet access, Academic Services, Student Development, the Center for Extended Learning, Career Services, Information Technology, and faculty offices.
Gallaher Center houses the Campus store and admissions offices as well as the Alumni Music Center, which is located on the upper and lower levels of west Gallaher Center.
The upper level houses the Counseling Center, while the lower level is used as a classroom and music ensemble rehearsal room.
In 2003 the library was named in honor of Ennis and Nancy Ham. The library offers electronic, print and audio-visual materials to all students and guests. Users have remote and on-campus access to indexing and full-text articles in over 60 electronic periodical databases. The library’s holdings can be found through the online catalog at www.rc.edu/lib. The library home page contains information on electronic resources, Internet resources, contact information and library news.
The librarians, support staff, and student library assistants work cooperatively to select, acquire, process, and organize the library’s materials. Librarians are available to help individual students in research in the library as well as assist faculty in classroom instruction. The library is open and staffed by librarians 75 hours per week.
Computers, study carrels, study rooms and lounge furniture create a comfortable and friendly environment in which students study, collaborate, and research. Interlibrary loan through a large library network allows students and faculty opportunities to borrow from other state and national libraries.
Ham Library has membership in (ALA) American Library Association, (CCL) Christian College Librarians, (DALNET) Detroit Area Library Network, and (MLC) Michigan Library Consortium.
The Muirhead Center accommodates faculty, business, and financial aid offices.
This is the newest addition to the campus. This building features the Utley-McCauley student center, classrooms, a performing arts theatre, state-of-the-art science laboratories, and administrative offices.
Once home to Rochester College’s science labs, this building now houses classrooms, an athletic training room and administrative offices.