A New Home
Although it had existed on campus for quite some time, the Seminary program had no home to call its own. A stand-alone building with dedicated classroom space, study rooms, faculty offices and an auditorium was anticipated to be a great tool in recruiting and retaining talented students and faculty for the program. Therefore, the top priority for the client was to create a strong sense of physical identity. In addition, the structure was to honor the men to whom it was dedicated and reflect the spirit of the program.