Our administration building is the main building for academic work with three classrooms: one classroom large enough for combined classes; an additional, smaller classroom; and a small classroom in the intimate corner of the old library for students doing advanced studies.
The large classroom features a Notice Board for the college filled with schedules, reminders and notes. It has a large white board, projection capabilities and lecturer’s desk. One of its most striking features are the flags representing the different countries of students that have studied at ACC. Student desks and chairs are free standing and are moved around to accommodate specific needs. Chapel for the entire campus is held daily in this classroom as well.
The small classroom holds approximately 20 students with desks. It has a large whiteboard, lecturer’s desk and exit door used so as not to disturb other classes. The intimate library classroom features a large whiteboard, teacher’s table, and can hold eight students with desks.
The administration building is also home to the ACC computer lab where there are computers and printers. This room is used for instruction in computer skills as well as serving as a space for students to complete work on the computer using Office software.
There is also a counselling room, copy and supply room and toilets in the administration building. This building will be undergoing renovations following the completion of the new library.
Lyle Harms Library
The Lyle Harms library is home to many resources including African-focused materials in theology and other subjects. The library also offers more state-of-the-art access to thousands of online journals that can be accessed by students at no additional cost. These online journals include the top theological journals, JSTOR, and African Journals Online.
Our library holdings (list updated Jan 2018) have over 13,000 volumes and continue to grow and be updated through the careful attention of our librarian.