Campus Facts

Located in Atlanta, Carver College  is in close proximity to Atlanta's rich abundance of historical sites and arts and entertainment venues. Some of the city’s most popular attractions include: The Martin Luther King Center for Non-Violent Change. The Apex Museum, The High Museum of Art, The Carter Presidential Center; The Fernbank Science Museum; and Turner Field the former Olympic Stadium and current home of the world champion Atlanta Braves.


John McNeal Administrative Center:

This facility is named in honor of Rev. John McNeil who served as Dean of Students and Professor of Bible and Theology for 28 years. It houses the offices of Admissions, Student, Business, and Avancement Affairs and also the College’s bookstore.

The Carver Library:

The library houses 15,600 volumes collection, a curriculum lab, media services center, a sermonic library, study rooms, a computer lab and an archial collection..


The bookstore resources include textbooks, Bibles, music, school supplies, church supplies, Christian books, and a variety of other items. The store serves Christian organizations, local churches, students and the general public in addition to Carver’s students, faculty and staff.

Martin Carter Gymnasium:

This facility serves as the training facility for the Cougars, the College’s basketball team. All of the Cougar’s home basketball games are played here. Students also use the facility for indoor exercise, intramural sports, concerts and various recreational purposes.


Students who apply for housing live in both on campus and off-campus housing less than a mile east of the campus or the Carver House (men only) is located 1.5 miles north of the campus.

William D. Hungerpiller Academic Center:

This facility houses the Academic Affairs Offices, classrooms, the science lab, the library, and the Office of the President.

Talmage Payne Chapel:

The chapel seats 400 people and houses the offices of the Carver Police Department. The chapel is used as a multi-purpose center for weekly worship, conferences, commencement, and banquets.

Ben Johnson Student Center:

This multi-purpose facility serves as the student center and a venue for student-led activities. Events, conferences, stage plays and musicals are a just a few ways students occupy this space.

Baseball/Soccer Fields:

This field provides for a variety of sporting activities including softball, baseball, soccer as well as touch football. It also provides jogging space and opportunity for physical education classes and exercise.

Adams Street Dormitory

The Adams Street Dorm houses 19 male students. The three story house sits on three acres and provides quality living for incoming freshmen and international students.

Physical Plant Buildings

The campus houses two large Physical Plant buildings with a variety of equipment, tools, furniture and supplies. The largest of the two is located behind the Carter Gymnasium and the smaller behind the Johnson Fine Arts Center.

Campus Crime Report

Click here to download Carver Campus Crime Report