God has provided about 83% of our $4.3 million goal for A Campaign for Real Transformation
After years of prayer, careful evaluation and planning, Oak Hills is moving forward with a 25 YEAR COMPREHENSIVE MASTER SITE PLAN that
completely renews the main campus.
A CAMPAIGN FOR REAL TRANSFORMATION CONTINUES THIS SUMMER
- Landscaping, removal of East Hall (the former women’s dorm), and refacing key buildings on campus will continue the Transformation summer 2017.
- $250,000 matching opportunity running from December 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017 to help us reach our $4.3 million goal.
YOUR PRAYERS AND HELP ARE NEEDED!
- Pray for students, staff, and faculty that God would transform lives.
- Pray that God would provide the resources needed to finish funding Thompson Hall.
- Give a one-time gift of any amount toward A Campaign for Real Transformation and the $250,000 matching opportunity.
- Make a 3-year pledge for A Campaign for Real Transformation that can be paid monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
THOMPSON HALL HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND STUDENTS MOVED IN JANUARY 2017!
The residence hall features:
- Housing up to 88 students
- 4 wings, 2 men’s and 2 women’s
- Each room features individual AC units and a private bathroom
- A spacious kitchenette for each wing to encourage floor community
- Convenient laundry facilities located in each wing
- The Great Room common area lounge
- A game room with a pool table
- Vending machines
- Student Life offices
WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED
- Dedication ceremony of Thompson Hall took place February 25th, 2017.
- Thompson Hall has been completed and students moved in January 2017.
- Construction of the 88 bed Residence Hall started in the spring of 2016.
- The board named the building the Robert H. Thompson Memorial Residence Hall, Thompson Hall for short.
- Administration Building was removed in July and August of 2015.
- Offices and Support Services moved from the Administration Building to several other buildings on campus in the summer of 2014.
Floor plan and exterior views
AS A RESULT OF THIS CAMPAIGN, WE HOPE TO
- Create a healthy living space to facilitate student learning.
- Deepen student/faculty connections by moving faculty offices near classrooms.
- Reduce barriers for prospective students and strengthen retention of current students.
- Improve community space, replace aging facilities, and update infrastructure through the transformation of our physical campus.
For more info: Contact Joan Berntson email@example.com