Campus Community

Discover a genuinely welcoming community oriented for discovery, both in and out of the classroom. Students on our campus actively participate in athletics, Bible studies, cultural events, friendly residence hall competitions, intramural sports, numerous clubs and organizations and the infamous Homecoming Regatta. And don’t forget our championship 18-hole disc golf course!

As you embark on this new and exciting time in your life, we want to remind you that the college experience involves more than classroom learning. Your college years are marked by personal growth that touches every area of your life. Believing that community is the best context for this type of personal transformation, Crown College places a high priority on the residential experience. Whether you are taking part in a planned program or event, or simply experiencing life together on your floor, know that our staff is working hard to create a residence life experience that will help you grow in all areas of your life.

Take some time to browse this page to learn more about who we are as a Residence Life department; what we value, what we offer and how we can help you during these important years. For further information on Residence Life at Crown, check out the Student Handbook.

    • Explore Housing

    • Residence Life at Crown College is intended to provide a meaningful experience in personal growth. By living with others in a residence hall, you can form new friendships, interact with people from different backgrounds and learn more about yourself. Crown College is committed to building a community where thoughtfulness, trust and mutual respect characterize life in the residence halls.

Men’s On-campus housing

Main Hardwick Tewinkel Miller

Women’s On-campus housing

Strohm Richardson Weldin Miller

    • Faith Village

    • Located in Faith Village, Conley, Jones and Tanner Halls each consist of six two-bedroom apartments and three one-bedroom apartments. Each apartment is equipped with a full kitchen, full bathroom, community living area and either a patio or raised deck area. There are also shared laundry facilities and outdoor recreation areas. Priority is given to senior men and women.

On-Campus Living:

  • Essentials
    • Personal items to add to décor of room (photos, plants, art)
    • Linens (pillow, blankets, bedspread, etc.)
    • Sheets (Twin XL for each room on campus) and mattress pad
    • Warm clothing for winter (hat, mittens, boots, scarf, etc.)
    • Alarm clock
    • Cleaning supplies (basic room and bath cleaning supplies)
    • Clothes hangers
    • Wastebasket
    • Laundry supplies (detergent, basket, dryer sheets, etc.)
    • Shower curtain
    • Towels (washcloth, bath, beach and hand towels)
  • Other Things To Think About Bringing
    • Computer
    • Mini-Fridge (4.3 cu.ft. or less)
    • Swimwear
    • Surge protector/power strip
    • Desk/floor lamp
    • Shower caddy (students living in Main Hall)
    • Desk supplies (organizer, stapler, scissors, ruler, calculator, pens, etc.)
    • Snacks
    • Board games/playing cards
    • Raincoat/umbrella
    • Flashlight/batteries
  • Things To Leave At Home
    • Candles
    • Halogen lamps
    • Appliances with open heating elements (toasters, hot plates, space heaters, etc.)
    • Weapons (including hunting and paintball items)
    • Pets
    • Fireworks of any kind

Campus Services:

Our goal to serve our students goes far beyond the classroom. We care most about meeting your educational, spiritual, emotional and physical needs by offering the following services.

  • Crown Study Lab

    Welcome to the Crown College Study Lab. The Study Lab has been established to provide academic assistance and support to all of our students and help them in achieving and maintaining a high level of academic excellence.

    The Study Lab offers open hours for tutoring with no appointment required. Tutoring assistance is provided for numerous courses including but not limited to: Biology, Chemistry, Statistics, American Civilization, World Civilization, and many more. Students are also encouraged to bring research papers and written compositions to the Study Lab for review before submission. In addition to the services already mentioned the Study Lab also runs numerous subject specific study groups throughout each semester.

    The tutors working in the Study Lab have been selected based upon their high academic performance, ability to work with others, and completion of courses in which they are providing assistance. The tutors regularly work with professors to provide students assistance with the most recent materials and information being covered in class.

    Make-up examinations are also scheduled and conducted by the Study Lab. If it becomes necessary for a student to miss a scheduled exam due to illness or an emergency the Study Lab is available to offer assistance. Simply report to the Study Lab and complete a Make-Up Exam form 2 days in advance of the scheduled exam, select one of the available times, and submit the form.

    The Study Lab is conveniently located in the Watne Memorial Library on the 4th floor of the main building. For current hours of operation or if you have any questions please feel free to contact the director at the following:

    Patty Pitts

    Office: N319


    Phone: 952-446-4211

  • Disability Services

    Crown College seeks to provide a positive educational experience for all of our students. We strive to assist and encourage students to achieve their fullest potential. In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), Crown College does not discriminate against students with disabilities. Every effort is made to arrange effective and reasonable accommodations for qualified students.  Students who would like to receive accommodation must provide appropriate and up-to-date documentation from a qualified professional. Since each individual may have varied and specific needs, based upon their own unique disability, it is recommended that students meet with the Director of Disability Services upon arrival at our campus.

    Dr. Tom McCracken

    Office: N315


    Phone: 952-446-4216

  • Watne Memorial Library

    The Watne Memorial Library provides more than 100,000 volumes and dozens of online databases, including World Cat, the most comprehensive online catalog, to aid you in your academic growth.

  • Information Technology Services

    The computer labs, equipped with flat screen monitors, up-to-date computers, printers and a Help Desk, are available to all Crown College students. You can find one computer lab on the first floor of the main building (N102) and a second lab in the Watne Memorial Library. Information Technology Services exists to assist the campus with their technology needs.

  • Crown College Information Technology Department

    Our IT department is here to answer questions, fix problems and help the college community make the best use possible of our technology resources. We are also always on the lookout for new technologies that will further the goals of the college. Our responsibilities include:

    • answering technology-related questions
    • solving technology-related problems, big and small
    • maintaining the computer labs and other public-access computers
    • service and upkeep of the technology used in classrooms
    • maintaining the campus network (both the wired and wireless portions of the network) and telephone systems
    • managing the voice mail and email systems

    The technology we work with includes, but is not limited to:

    • computers (laptops, desktops, tablets and smart phones)
    • printers and copiers
    • phone and voicemail systems
    • fax machines
    • projectors, monitors, DVD players and other classroom technology

    Note: The Information Technology department does limit its activities to college-owned equipment as much as possible. Though we may be able to provide some technical support over the phone for students, faculty or staff having problems with their own computers or technology, we are unable to work directly with those computers or hardware. We can give advice, but unless the college owns the hardware, we can’t provide in-depth hardware support.

  • Health Services

    Crown College provides on-site health services for students’ various health concerns, illnesses and/or injuries. Our goal is to help students restore health, when needed, prevent illness, whenever possible, and to minimize health problems that could interfere with students’ academic goals. Consultations are free and confidential to all registered students.

    Services offered are:

    • Health assessments
    • First aid
    • Referrals to outside providers
    • Wellness counseling
    • Limited medical equipment available for use
    • Provide referrals to onsite campus Counseling Center
    • Provide referrals to local Medical Resources.

    To contact Health Services, call 952-446-4168 or email

    Crown College Health Services is part of the American College Health Association, in order to enhance individual and community health status.

    Open Monday-Friday (closed Vacation/Holidays) for Health Promotion and General sick visits.

  • Counseling Services

    Counseling Services provides students with professional, short-term counseling for various issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, relationship struggles, personal growth and more. Services are free, completely confidential and available to all Crown students. Regular office hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

    All counselors in Counseling Services are academically trained and experienced in counseling, and are Christians upholding biblical standards in their practice.

    Everything a student discusses with a counselor remains confidential and is not shared with other Crown College faculty, staff, parents or other members of the community without the student’s written authorization. Counseling records, also kept confidential, are not included in a student’s college file. The confidentiality stated above has three limits. Those limits are: any intent to injure oneself, any intent to injure another person or relatively current situations of child neglect and/or abuse.


    Client Bill of Rights
    Confidentiality and Release of Information
    Basic Data Sheet

  • Career Services

    The Office of Career Services provides student-centered/career-related assistance and programs, such as general career guidance, choosing a major, resume and cover letter advice, internship and job search, interview preparation, professional networking and branding, applying to graduate school, and more. The Career Services staff is available to assist you during your career-related steps and journey to serve and influence the world.

  • Food Service

    Food service at Crown College is provided by Sodexo Quality of Life Services. For more details visit their web site here.

  • Food Service Locations
    • Crown Dining Center is a full-service cafeteria that offers fresh, made-from-scratch entrees, full-service salad bar, deli bar and assorted desserts and beverages. Display cooking, along with theme specials, is featured throughout the month.
      • Monday – Friday
        • Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
        • Lunch: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
        • Dinner: 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
      • Saturday / Sunday
        • Brunch: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
        • Dinner: 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    • Sherburne Ave. Coffee proudly serves Caribou Coffee, along with smoothies, candy bars, energy drinks and Italian sodas. You can also add money to your flex account at Sherburne Ave. Coffee.
      • Monday – Saturday
        • 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
      • Sunday
        • 1:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
    • The Storm Café offers anything from burgers and quesadillas to sizzling salads, as well as daily specials. There’s something for everyone!
      • Monday – Thursday
        • 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
      • Friday
        • 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m
      • Saturday / Sunday: Closed
  • Food Services Employment

    If you’re looking for a job to work around your school schedule and stay close to home, stop by the Crown Food Service Office to fill out an application.

  • Meal Plan

    All undergraduate students residing on campus are required to participate in one of the four food service meal plans. College freshman are required to participate in the 15-meal plan; there are 19 possible meal times in an academic week without breaks.

    Students not on a meal plan may have money deposited into their account by contacting Food Services or stopping by Sherburne Ave. Coffee during open hours.

  • Medical Exemptions and Special Dietary Needs

    Students with medical/dietary concerns may be granted an exemption to the meal plan if their needs cannot be adequately met through the food service program. Crown College Food Service is willing to make special accommodations to work with students to meet their dietary needs and certain exemption requests may not be granted.

    Students must submit information from their medical doctor on a “Food Plan Exemption” form available from Student Development. The Meal Plan Exemption Committee will evaluate the exemption form and will determine whether the food service can accommodate modifications to the student’s nutritional plan or whether another exemption is in order. The committee will keep all personal health information strictly confidential.

  • Campus Store

    The Crown College Campus Store, located on the lower level of the main building, is filled with Crown College apparel and more. For more information, call 952-446-4181.