New Hope Christian College is a private, four-year Christian college located on a beautiful 36-acre campus in Eugene, Oregon.
Disability Access Services and Facilities
Students with physical or intellectual disabilities should request accommodations from the Academic Dean and provide the Dean with documentation for their disability. The Dean will work with students on an individual basis to create a plan to accommodate their needs. Accommodations typically include exam accommodations, library assistance, arrangements for priority seating, and audio taping of class sessions.
All NHCC campus buildings have wheelchair and disabled access (including the dormitories). ADA-compliant restrooms are available in each building, with the exception of the two dormitories.
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Named after former President Don Bryan, Bryan Hall houses the school cafeteria, administrative offices (including reception) as well as two classrooms, one of which is used for recording classes for online courses. Bryan Hall is the hub of the college, where students and professors regularly interact over a meal or during class.
The NHCC Cross was formerly known as the Skinner Butte Cross. It is seventy feet high and is illuminated at night and can be clearly seen throughout much of the southern Willamette Valley. It was placed on Eugene’s Skinner Butte November 28, 1964 as a Veteran’s War Memorial. The Cross was given to NHCC by the City of Eugene. Area Corporations and individuals of Eugene/ Springfield donated time and funds to the moving of the Cross and for the construction of a beautiful plaza, which is open and available to the community. Recently fund were raised to upgrade the cross LED lights.
A connected building, the Hunt music center houses the Creative Arts offices and practice rooms. This practice rooms are open to students and include instruments for the sharpening of musical skills.
James Stewart Memorial Student Center
The James Stewart Memorial Student Center includes the Morning Star café, operated by staff and students who are a part of the work-study program. The Student Center also includes TVs, tables, chairs and couches for student relaxation and conversation.
Named after the founder of the College, Fred Hornshuh Sr., Hornshuh Hall is the location of the women’s dormitories. Each room houses 2-3 woman and has a sink and mirror outside a connected bathroom. The rest of the building contains two lounges (one on each floor) indoor laundry machines, a small community kitchen, and a prayer tower up top.
Named after Senethea Meyer, Meyer Hall is the men’s dormitories. Each quad houses 4 men with two separate rooms, closets, a shared bathroom and a double sink counter. Some of the dorms have been converted from apartments and include fully operational kitchens. Meyer Hall also has an apartment completely set aside as a public guy's lounge, with two separate TV rooms for games or movies and a fully operational kitchen.
Flint Memorial Library
Flint Memorial Library is named after Grace Flint. The Library & Computer Lab are in the upper level, while classrooms and offices are located in the lower level.