Relax in one of 55 luxury guest rooms and suites where comfort and quality are combined with Southwestern Seminary’s tradition of hospitality, creating an unmatched guest experience.

Each room is dedicated to a person, couple, family, or state alumni group and the rooms tell their stories.

Room Features

  • 100% smoke-free
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and Ironing board
  • Kitchenette (in suites)
  • Lounge chair(s)
  • Microwave
  • Radio/Alarm clock
  • Refrigerator
  • Tea/Coffee making
  • Work desk

In-Room Technology

  • Complimentary WiFi Internet access
  • Flat-screen HDTV with Cable
  • Telephone with data port
  • Voicemail


  • The Café (located on campus): Provides hot/cold beverages, specialty drinks and teas, breakfast pastries, pizza, sandwiches, salads, snacks, and desserts during normal campus business hours.
  • The Food Hall (located on campus): Provides lunch during normal campus business hours.
  • Local Restaurants: The Riley Center is minutes away from $-$$$$ level restaurants. The front desk concierge can provide directions and recommendations.

Guest Services

  • Arrival/Departure Lounge
  • Business Services
  • Complimentary On-site Parking
  • Complimentary WiFi Internet access
  • Directions and Parking
  • English Garden
  • Luggage Storage
  • Non-smoking Property
  • Vending/Ice Machines
  • Wheelchair accessible


  • Lighted and tree-lined walking/running path through campus
  • Complimentary access to the Recreational Aerobics Center (RAC)
    • Aerobics rooms
    • Cardiovascular activity room
    • Full size basketball court
    • Indoor swimming pool
    • Outdoor track
    • Racquetball courts
    • Sauna
    • Strength training room
    • Tennis courts

Other Unique Features

  • Chapel services: Be our guest at Chapel services in the MacGorman Chapel and Performing Arts Center.
  • Roberts Theological Library: The Seminary’s Library supports the curricula for the School of Theology and the School of Church and Family Ministries. Almost 60% of the books in the general collection relate to theology, church history, and vocational ministry. Other subjects include philosophy and psychology, world religions, archaeology, general history, and Christian art and literature.
  • Bowld Music Library: The Kathryn Sullivan Bowld Music Library is located in a three-level structure on the southeast side of Cowden Hall. It contains a carefully chosen, well-rounded collection of books, scores and octavos, as well as record albums, audio and video recordings, CDs, and DVDs
  • Seminary Hill Bookstore: Need a theology book to read or to give as a gift? Come to the first floor of the Roberts Library and visit the bookstore.