Facilities

It's the next best thing to being here.

This is the place to check out our facilities. You can learn more about everything from the new Kent Campus Center to the fraternities and sororities on campus. You'll also find information for how to rent our spaces for weddings, parties and meetings. The more you know about our facilities, and Simpson in general, the more you will find to like.

Amy Robertson Music Center

This 1.8 million-dollar facility was dedicated in the spring of 1983 and named for Amy Robertson, Class of 1921. The Lekberg Recital Hall seats 250 people and is used for student and faculty recitals as well as small-group presentations. More…

McNeill Hall

McNeill Hall, dedicated in October 1985 and named in honor of Henry H. and Thomas H. McNeill, houses the Business Administration & Economics Departments. More…

Carver Science Center

Dedicated in October 1956, this building is named after George Washington Carver, one of Simpson’s most famous alumni. More…

Lekberg Hall

Lekberg Hall, located in the Amy Robertson Music Center, is a recital hall that seats 202 people. The handsome auditorium possesses an honest acoustic and hosts classes, concerts, and recitals featuring guest artists, students, and faculty members. More…

Jordan Lecture Hall

Jordan Lecture Hall, named after Alvin L. Jordan, is located in the Carver Science Center and is the largest lecture hall on campus. Seating capacity is 120 people in comfortable desk-style chairs. Rear-screen projection is one of the many benefits in the lecture hall. More…