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Standing at the entrance to the MTSO campus, the Dickhaut Library has 130,000 volumes on site, with electronic access to 48 million more and subscriptions to 250 periodicals. The library also houses classrooms, public computers and a variety of spaces for quiet study.
The Alford Centrum is MTSO's primary gathering space. This versatile facility hosts chapel services, lectures, workshops and receptions.
Werner Hall is home to the admissions office, many student services, an electronic collaboration room, and gathering spaces including Meyer Lounge and the coffee shop.
MTSO's primary classroom facility, Gault Hall also houses faculty offices and meeting space. Gault's exterior features the Sterling Roof Terrace, graced by a stained-glass roundel window.
The scenic Dickinson Courtyard is the crossroads of MTSO’s lower campus and the site of commencement ceremonies.
Seminary Hill Farm, founded in 2013 covers 6 acres of the MTSO campus. A USDA-certified organic farm, it provides fresh, delicious food to the campus community and many partners in Greater Columbus.
Surrounded by trees, the Vest Memorial Outdoor Chapel is available for formal and informal services as well as individual meditation.
Dunn Dining Hall provides healthful meals featuring produce from MTSO’s Seminary Hill Farm and other fresh, locally sourced food. The dining hall also hosts special dinners and luncheons throughout the year.
The Dewire Residence Hall provides single-occupancy accommodations for students who commute and desire accommodations one to four nights per week. The facility includes a lounge, meditation chapel, kitchen, study area and exercise room.
The three-story Helen Werner Apartment Building offers efficiency and one-bedroom apartments for adult living. A community room, laundry facilities and small storage areas also are provided.
Kleist Manor provides one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes arranged in a community of five separate buildings.