Emmaus Baptist College resides on a beautiful ten acre campus in a quiet residential neighborhood in the heart of Brandon, Florida. Facilities on the campus include the Chapel building, Dew Bloom Administration Building, the Oakwood Hall classroom building, four multi-unit dormitories, a laundry building, three residences, a massive open grassy area with playground equipment at the north end for the children of dormitory families, and various other maintenance and service related buildings.

Brandon, Florida, is an unincorporated town of around 90,000 people located on State Highway 60 just east of Tampa. It is about 40 miles from the Gulf of Mexico and around 70 miles from Disney and other attractions in Orlando. Tampa International Airport is only 20 miles away. Everything a person could want is in Brandon, from a mall to Wal-Mart, fast foods of all kinds to nice restaurants. Hospital, banks, building supplies, auto dealerships, etc. If you need it, chances are you can find it in Brandon. The tempratures range from an average in winter of 60 to an average of 80 in summer.

Chapel Services are conducted three days a week in the sanctuary of the Oakwood Baptist Church building, located on the north-east corner of the campus. Oakwood Baptist Church is one of the sponsoring churches of Emmaus Baptist College.

Dew Bloom Administration Building: The 6,000 sq. ft. Administration Building, is located on the south-west corner of the campus. In addition to most of the administrative offices, this new facility houses several other college functions.

The Joy Williams Memorial Library, with holdings of over 10,000 volumes, including some very rare collector’s books, is currently being given a total upgrade. Inter-library loans and electronic access to the world’s libraries greatly enhance both the quality and quantity of research materials available.

The Food Pantry, kept well stocked by supporting churches, is available to students without charge thereby providing major financial assistance.

The Computer Lab facilitates beginner to advanced computer training. Students are allowed to use the computers during non-class time periods for school related projects and internet research.

Oakwood Hall: Most of the college classes are conducted in this 7,200 square foot classroom building located on the east side of the campus. Oakwood Hall also houses the Office of the Dean of Students, a faculty lounge, a large kitchen and dining area, and the student lounge.

campus-1campus-2The Dormitories: Student dormitories consists of four attractive stand alone brick buildings. These four buildings are divided into eight single bedroom apartments shared by two same-gender students and four two bedroom family dorms. All are furnished and have kitchenettes. Residents need only furnish dishes, cooking utensils and linens.