The Alphin-Ellis Learning Center Library is located in the northwest corner of the campus. It is a modern, well-equipped facility containing numerous volumes, periodicals, and pamphlets. In addition to the campus library, students have access to the libraries of other local colleges and the main city library in Dunn, North Carolina. The Alphin-Ellis building also houses administrative offices.
Heritage House is the center of activity at the College where the chapel, student services, faculty offices, computer lab, and classrooms are located. This historic building dates to the early 1920s and first served as an elementary school. Later, it housed the PFWB Children’s Home and then the PFWB Headquarters Offices. In 1971, it was the birthplace of Heritage Bible College and for a time was the only building on campus. All college functions—teaching, chapel, administration, and food services—began in Heritage House.
The College provides dormitory housing for unmarried men and women. Married students who wish to move to the area with their families may find information about area rental housing or homes for sale through local newspapers (www.mydailyrecord.com) and realtor offices.
Walter and Madge Pierce Student Center is located in the southeast corner of the campus and provides recreational activities for the students.