The Chapman Center is the main building on Johnson University Florida’s campus. It is named in honor of Clifford and Aileen Chapman who donated the land to the University in 1980. The Chapman Center houses six classrooms, professors’ offices, and administrative offices including the Registrar’s Office, Admissions Office, Finance Office, Advancement Office and the Chancellor’s Office. The gymnasium/auditorium is also located in the middle of the Chapman Center.
Forest Brough Music Wing
This wing, which is attached to the Chapman Center, houses the music department of the University. It includes classrooms, practice rooms, and offices for faculty and staff. The Music Wing was donated by Mr. Forest Brough and was completed in 1998.
Tribble Student Union
The Tribble Student Union building, affectionately called the “SUB” by students, is named in honor of Noble Tribble who served as the first Christian Service Director of Johnson University Florida. The SUB is the main hangout area on campus. It features a pool table, ping pong table, kitchen, fitness center, study room, and large screen TV. The Student Life offices are also located in the SUB along with student mailboxes.
In addition to a wide range of eBooks, the library features over 50,000 total volumes and the University’s historical archives. The Teacher Resource Center (TRC) is located in the library and boasts a reproduction of an elementary school classroom and a collection of many elementary educational resources. The library also features a computer lab equipped with printing capabilities for students.
Completed in 2005, Heritage Hall is the newest addition to Johnson University Florida and offers six apartments for single students.
Named in honor of the Florida Christian College Foundation, Foundation Hall is one of two men’s apartment buildings.
Beazell Hall offers apartments for single students. It is named after Mr. and Mrs. Russell Beazell who helped start several churches. Mr. Beazell also served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Christian College Foundation.
Chambers Hall includes some married student and family housing, as well as faculty and staff housing. It is named after Roger Chambers, a beloved professor of the College.
Packer Hall hosts the Resident Director, and married housing. The laundry facilities are located here as well. Packer Hall is named in honor of Harry H. and Ella G. Packer.
Trulock Hall is a women’s apartment building named in honor of Leroy and Marteal Trulock. Mr. Trulock served faithfully as a Trustee and Director of the Florida Christian College Foundation.