The Revels Building is the signature education building on the West Coast Baptist College campus. All twenty-one classrooms are equipped with multimedia capability as well as the additional bonus of natural light for nearly every classroom. This building also includes a state-of-the-art science lab, home economics lab, piano lab, and two computer labs.
Construction of the west wing was completed in Fall of 2012. This expansion allowed for additional classroom space for college classes as well as Sunday school.
Music and Administration Building
The three-story Music and Administration Building was completed in 2004. The first floor houses the main campus lobby and a 200-seat choir practice room used for both the church and college choirs. The second and third floor is office space for church staff.
Construction of the main auditorium was completed in March of 1999. This 3,000 seat auditorium is used for each of Lancaster Baptist's church services, and it is used throughout the week for college chapel.
The North Auditorium was the first building constructed on our current campus. It was the home for Lancaster Baptist Church services from 1994 through 1999. Currently it is used on Sundays for Lancaster Baptist's Children's ministries. It is used throughout the week for larger classes events, and LBS' Daycare Program. The second story of this building houses most of our college administration offices.
The Point Restaurant
Our campus restaurant features farm-grown food exclusively produced on the Chappell family ranch. Meals are ordered and prepared by a professional chef, and guests can sit, dine, and enjoy the Colorado atmosphere. The Point is located in the Walther Center.
The Hangar serves pizza, hotdogs, pretzels, and popcorn for those mid-game cravings. It's not just a concession stand during games and events, it's an anytime snack spot for our college students. Located in the Walther Center.
The Dining Hall was completed in 2004 and serves thousands of meals each week. All meals served in the Dining Hall have been prepared by our professional chef. It's also a great place to meet new friends.
The campus of West Coast Baptist college offers many opportunities for fun and fellowship. Our baseball and football fields, sand volleyball courts, frisbee golf course, and putt putt golf course are the perfect place to spend time with friends.
The Walther Center
Completed in 2015 and dedicated to the late Leo Walther, this multi-purpose building serves as the athletic epicenter for WCBC Basketball and Volleyball. It also features a student activity center, concession stand, and a formal restaurant. This building also serves as the new home of Lancaster Baptist's Spanish Ministry.
The Student Life Center is a multipurpose building that serves as a cafeteria for serving meals and a gymnasium for our growing sports program. There are also various classrooms where college classes are taught on a weekly basis.
There are two fitness rooms on campus: one for men, and the other for women. Equipment in both facilities include treadmills, ellipticals, exercise benches, and weights.
The Welcome Center provides a friendly place for guests of the college to arrive and be welcomed for a visit to our campus. It also is the location of all the offices for the Advancement and Activities staff.
College students have access to over 30,000 volumes and large study tables in the library. All of our books are on an easy-access computer retrieval system.
The Post Office
Every student is assigned a Post Office Box for the year or semester they attend WCBC. Mail items such as package notices or letters are delivered direclty to a student's box.
This spacious dormitory on the campus of WCBC was named in honor of Mark Lawrence. His life and ministry is a testimony to the thousands of men and women who will live and learn on the campus where Mark so faithfully served the Lord.
This Dorm is home to 150 women training to go into the ministry. It was opened in the spring of 2005. This dorm was named after Rick Martin, veteran missionary to the Philippines. Dr. Martin started Iloilo Baptist Church as well as Iloilo Baptist College in Iloilo City.
Named after the great missionary leader Dr. Don Sisk, this dorm features beautiful lobbies, spacious rooms, a balcony, and all the comforts of home. This dorm was dedicated in October of 2002.
Lori Thomasson Dormitory
Named after a godly staff member who went to be with the Lord in 1999, this dorm has over 125 beds, phones in every room, voicemail for each student, and a bathroom for every bedroom. Laundry facilities and kitchenettes are located on both floors for the convenience of the students.
This beautiful building includes wrap-around porches, balconies on three sides, a kitchen area, a lounge area, and an infirmary with a separate side entrance for college students. This dormitory also features individual air conditioning/heating units so that each room can be set to the desired temperature.
The first dormitory built on the campus. It is named after the founder and president of the Christian Law Association, Dr. David Gibbs. Gibbs Hall is a comfortable dormitory, including pay phones, couches, chairs, a soft drink machine, a comfortable kitchen area with a refrigerator and ice maker, sinks, in-house laundry facilities, and bedroom suites that share bathroom facilities. Gibbs Hall has been a favorite dormitory since its inception here on the campus.
Malone Hall was the first two-story dormitory built on the campus of West Coast Baptist College. Like many of the other dormitories, it has a comfortable lobby area with couches and reclining chairs, soft drink machines, and a full kitchen facility just behind the lobby area. This dormitory is presently being used as a ladies' dormitory and holds about 72 young ladies.
Hutson Hall was named after one of America’s great soulwinning pastors, Dr. Curtis Hutson. This men’s dormitory, located just across the street from the Worship Center, has a comfortable lobby and kitchen as well as a laundry room for its occupants.
Heritage Hall is the newest dorm on the campus of West Coast Baptist College. It has a comfortable lobby area with couches and chairs, a soft drink machine, and a full kitchen facility. This dormitory is presently being used as a men's dormitory and holds 96 young men in two buildings.