– These apartment-style suites provide the most modern and comfortable
accommodations on-campus. The suites are designed for four visitors, each with his or her own bedroom. All bedrooms are furnished with a double bed, dresser, nightstand, mirror/closet, desk, and chair. In each suite visitors share a living area, 2 bathrooms (one for every two visitors), and a kitchenette (full-sized refrigerator, microwave, sink, and a table and chairs). The Campbell Village suites contain central heating and air conditioning. Each individual building is outfitted with laundry facilities on the third floor. Handicapped accessible rooms are also available. Campbell Village is made up of four separate buildings, and can accommodate groups ranging from 4 to 350+ visitors.
Phillips Hall – Phillips Hall is a traditional residence hall located in the center of main campus. Phillips Hall features traditional dormitory-style rooms complete with two single beds, two dressers, one double sided desk, and two closets and has the ability to house approximately 120 visitors.The hall does not feature air-conditioning and includes a laundry room in the basement floor.
Parkinson Hill – Parkinson Hill is home of six separate buildings which house the majority of the Bethany College Greek organizations throughout the school year and are only available in the summer months. Each building has 16 rooms (holding up to 32 visitors), each containing 2 twin, lofted beds, 2 desks, 2 dressers, and closet space. Each building includes 2 lounge areas with a kitchen area equipped with a full-sized refrigerator and stove, and a laundry room with a washer and dryer.
Thomas Phillips Johnson Recreation Center (1994) is located adjacent to the Hummel Field House. The Center includes the natatorium and a general purpose floor that accommodates a number of sports,including basketball, volleyball, and tennis. This building was designed to support general recreation and intramural athletics. The multi-million dollar center provides facilities excellent for recreational activities, including a large gymnasium, fitness area, a swimming pool, courts for racquet sports, a weight room, and an exercise area.
Hummel Field House (1990) provides physical education facilities for men and women. It is also used for concerts. Formerly Alumni Field House (1948), the building was extensively renovated during 1989-1990. Adjacent to the field house are football, soccer, and baseball fields, and a quarter-mile track.
Practice Soccer Complex – The Bethany College Soccer Fields consist of four soccer fields which are used by multiple tournaments and soccer camps throughout the year. The facility also includes a concession stand and picnic area.