Main Campus 1. Main Entrance Gatehouse 2. Hermann Hall: Administration building. 3-9. Ford Complex: English Gothic architecture. Given to Berry by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford. 3. Alumni Center: Music department. 4. Ford Auditorium: Distinguished by the tower bearing a large clock. Seats 500. 5. Mary Hall: Student residences. 6. Ford Gymnasium 7. Ford Dining Hall: Used for special events. 8. Clara Hall: Student residences. 9. Admissions Office and Visitor Parking 10. Intercollegiate Practice Field 11. Bowdoin Baseball Field 12. Lamar Westcott Building: Animal science department and a computer lab.
13. Rollins Center: Ruminant research center; dairy. 14. Barnwell Chapel: Built in 1911. 15. Jewel Cottage: Guest cottages office & check-in. 16. Louise Cottage: Student residences. 17. Child Development Center - Atlanta Hall: Preschool. 18. Julia Cottage: Student residences. 19. Sunshine Cottage: Student residences. 20. Hope Cottage: Student residences. 21. Emery Barns 22. Audrey B. Morgan Hall: Student residences. 23. Deerfield Hall: Student residences. 24. Ladd Center: Health center, counseling center and residence life. 25. Science Building: Biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, mathematics and physics. 26. Krannert Student Center: Visitor information; cafeteria; bookstore; post office; food services; offices of work experience, career services, first-year experience, student activities, student government, volunteer services, multicultural and international programs, and college chaplain.
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27. Steven J. Cage Athletic and Recreation Center: Intercollegiate athletics, intramural program and kinesiology department; also houses fitness center, indoor track, multipurpose court, natatorium and the Edward and Garland Dickey Hall of Sports History. 28. Evans Hall: English, foreign languages, religion, social sciences and philosophy; BITS program; and Center for Teaching Excellence. 29. Townhouses: Student residences. 30. Centennial Hall: Student residences. 31. Cook Building: Education and psychology; classes for Berry Middle School. 32. Moon Building: Art. 33. Green Hall: Business, economics; computer lab and nursing program. 34. Berry College Chapel 35. Memorial Library 36. Laughlin Building: Communication. 37. Jones Building: Campus maintenance. 38. Morton-Lemley Hall: Student residences. 39. Thomas Berry Hall: Student residences. 40. Dana Hall: Student residences.
41. Intercollegiate Tennis Courts 42. Intramural Sports Fields 43. Roy Richards Memorial Gymnasium 44. Blackstone Hall: The E.H. Young Theatre. 45. Roosevelt Cabin: Built around 1902. 46. Garland Dickey Adventure Challenge Course 47. Hoge Building: Faculty and institutional research; human resources. 48. Robinwood Cottage: Cultural house. 49. Poland Hall: Student residences. 50. Oak Hill Gift Shop: Snack area, picnic area. 51. The Martha Berry Museum: Art collection and memorabilia associated with Martha Berry and the Berry Schools. 52. Oak Hill: Historic home of Martha Berry. 53. Virginia Webb House: President’s Home. 54. Campus Safety 55. Intercollegiate Softball Field 56. Intercollegiate Soccer/Lacrosse Field 57. Intercollegiate Practice Field 58. Greenhouse Not shown: Campus Telecommunications is located on Lavender Mountain Road between Main and Mountain campus.
Mountain Campus 1. WinShape Centre: Established in 1984 by Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy to provide college scholarships and special opportunities for personal growth for young people. Also utilized in summer for WinShape Camps. Previously a high school campus. 2. Frost Memorial Chapel: Features wooden beamed ceiling, flagstone floor, leaded glass windows, slate roof and three beautiful stained-glass windows.
3. Barstow Memorial Library: Presently used by the Berry College Elementary School. 4. Berry College Elementary School (Hamrick Hall): A private school for grades K-5. 5. Friendship Hall: Student residences. 6. Pilgrim Hall: Student residences. 7. WinShape Cabins: Used by campers and guests for WinShape Camps and WinShape Wilderness. 8. Hill Dining Hall: Used for special occasions, summer camp, WinShape students. 9. Meacham Hall: Guest housing for WinShape Foundation. 10. Cherokee Lodge: Guest housing for WinShape Foundation. 11. Pine Lodge: Staff housing for WinShape Foundation. The original Foundation School for Boys.
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12. WinShape Pavilion 13. Kimbell Cottage: WinShape Foundation facility. 14. Water Filtration plant 15. Old Mill Wheel: Built in 1930. One of the largest operational wooden overshot waterwheels anywhere at 42 feet in diameter. 16. WinShape Retreat: Home to marriage, leadership, business and ministry related events from August to May and to WinShape Camp for Girls each summer. Previously served as the campus dairy. 17. Pew Observatory: Used for labs and classroom instruction. 18. Possum Trot: Built in 1850 and considered the “Cradle of Berry College.” 19. Gunby Equine Center: 185-acre equestrian center.
20. Woodbury Cottage: WinShape Foundation facility. 21. Skelton House: WinShape Foundation facility. 22. Freemantown Barn: WinShape Foundation facility. 23. House o’ Dreams: Built in 1926 by staff and students as a mountain retreat for Miss Berry. Seen by appointment. Call Oak Hill and The Martha Berry Museum at 706-368-6777. 24. Swan Lake 25. WinShape Retreat Operations Facility 26. Normandy Inn at WinShape Retreat 27. WinShape Camps Water Park 28. Crooked Arrow Lodge: Used by campers and guests for WinShape Camps and WinShape Wilderness. 412/Revised05/2012
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