Vision 2020 Project #1

David T. Watkins Academic Building

Completed August 2012




The David T. Watkins Academic Building features 13 state of the art classrooms, 3 conference rooms, and departments that directly serve our students including the Financial Aid, Business, and Registrar's Offices.  In addition, the Development and Public Relations departments are housed here.  This facility is also home to the Bible, Missions, PACE and Online Studies, and Information Technology departments at CBC.

The World Map Mural, located on the first floor, is nine feet tall and thirteen feet wide.  The map is 100% wood and features each country carefully carved out of a separate piece of timber.  The map dominates the entrance into the Office of the President doorway and entrance into the Board Room.


The Ronald V. Mitchell Lecture Hall is a 100+ seat lecture hall, located on the second floor.  The hall features presentation screens, a Crestron lectern, and a lecture capture system to allow the recording of lectures and programs in the hall.

Mitchell Lecture Hall

Located on the east side of the building is the Brittany Parrish Memorial Garden.  This garden features an outside seating area with a beautiful display of daylilies, azaleas, knock out roses, gardenias, and more.

Brittany Parrish Memorial Garden

Naming opportunities are still available in the David T. Watkins Academic Building.  For more information, please contact Sancy Faulk, Vice President for Advancement, at either sfaulk@cbc.edu or at (501) 205-8799.

                                                              

To view a slideshow of the construction of the David T. Watkins Academic Building , CLICK HERE 

To see the construction tour of the David T. Watkins Academic Building , CLICK HERE



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