Counseling services are available for students seeking guidance about personal, spiritual, and educational concerns. Student Development staff and faculty members provide counsel and educational guidance as needed. Student Development staff will assist students in arranging for professional services.
Employment in the Glennallen area is normally available to students who need to work and can be flexible. Jobs available may include: school bus driver, janitor, service station attendant, clerk/secretary, grocery positions, restaurant work, and babysitting. Some work-study jobs are available on campus, as well. While employment is essential for many students to meet the financial obligations of college attendance, it is equally important that employment does not interfere with academic performance. Students whose grades fall below acceptable standards will be encouraged to cut back on employment hours. Please contact the Alaska Job Center.
Family Housing includes a limited number of one, two, and three-bedroom rental homes available on campus. Some family housing may also be available off campus by special arrangement.
Food Service is located in a separate building called the “Cache” which houses the kitchen and dining facilities. It also provides a comfortable atmosphere for social and leisure activities. Alaska Bible College seeks to provide well-balanced, nutritious meals at low cost to students living in the dormitories. Because of the size of our food program, we are unable to accommodate special diets without prior approval from the Food Service Manager.
Health Services are available to students at Cross Road Medical Center, located less than a mile from the ABC campus. A registered nurse is on duty at all times, and a medical provider is on call at all times. Dental and chiropractic services are also available in Glennallen. Students are encouraged to carry medical insurance. ABC will assist students with transportation to local health service facilities upon request.
Joy Hall is the hub of activity on the ABC campus. It contains administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, a student lounge, and dormitories for men and women.
Ball Memorial Library is an 8,000 square foot, two-story building which houses over 30,000 volumes, including the largest theological collection in Alaska. The library contains a curriculum room, media resource room, student computer lab, classrooms, children’s library, and several study areas. The library receives over 180 periodicals. A selection of visual aid materials is available for student ministries. Connect with our online book systems.
Murdock Campus Center contains a fitness center, gymnasium and lounge. The MCC is provided primarily for the benefit of students, faculty, staff and alumni of ABC. Visitors are welcome, but during non-public hours must be accompanied by someone from the ABC community.
Vehicles are permitted on campus providing the student carries liability and property damage insurance. All vehicles kept on campus must be registered with the Student Development office.