Missouri Baptist University is pleased to provide facilities to organization looking for space to host events.
You can view the locations of each of these facilities on our Campus Map.
The Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine Arts Center provides an exceptional performance setting with the Pillsbury Chapel, which seats approximately 960 people. The space is used frequently throughout the academic year for concerts, showcases, theatrical productions and lectures as well as Spartan Preview Days and weekly chapel services. Take a virtual tour of Pillsbury Chapel. The following spaces in the Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine Arts Center are available for your next event:
The Great Hall serves as an open space for banquets and other special functions. The Hall provides a view of campus through large windows and also operates as an alternative performance venue.
Housed in the Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine Arts Center, the Recital Hall acts as a multi-purpose area for classes, intimate concerts, voice recitals, ministry team rehearsals and worship meetings. It provides an environment prime for interaction and is acoustically designed to provide natural sound projection and tone.
The Gallery, adjacent to the Recital Hall and Pillsbury Chapel, acts as a small reception area for before and after performances. The space also serves as a meeting area and is set up for featuring showcase pieces.
The rotunda is a campus visual landmark, surrounded by glass and prominently displayed, highlighting the grand stair. The spacious patio offers a place for students to meet and is also used for outdoor events.
Classrooms contain top of the line technology with room for 35 students in a class. Incorporating tables instead of individual desks gives students an opportunity for more group activity and interaction. Projectors and computers in each room add excellent presentation and teaching elements.
The Carl & Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex raises the level of excellence in campus life through enhanced recreation facilities, including a fitness center with strength training and cardiovascular equipment, an indoor track, an aerobics and dance area for a wide variety of classes, student locker rooms, and much more. Take a virtual tour of the Carl & Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex.
The lounge offers several gathering spaces and an inviting seating area for students to study and interact, complete with a large flat-screen television.
The floating indoor track allows recreational walkers and runners a birds-eye view of the gymnasium.
The group fitness room, complete with a surround sound system and mirrored walls, offers a beautiful view of the eastern side of the MBU campus. Students, faculty, and staff can participate in a variety of group fitness offerings designed to exercise the body and mind.
Spartan Hall welcomes guests to the Sports and Recreation Complex with its spacious design and ample natural light. The University seal draws the eye to the center of the Hall’s polished floor, beautifully representing the Missouri Baptist University Spartan tradition of excellence.
A grand archway leads guests to the courtyard adjacent to the Sports & Recreation Complex. The open outdoor area is a great space to get some fresh air, relax, and admire the growing MBU landscape.
The state of the art gymnasium is home to the Missouri Baptist Spartans NAIA Division 1 basketball, volleyball, and wrestling teams. With the ability to seat 1,000 guests, a digital control system, premium flooring, and electric bleachers, the gym adds a top notch collegiate athletics facility to the campus.
The spacious fitness center offers free weights, weight machines, and cardiovascular machines- everything needed to help improve flexibility, develop strength, tone muscles, and improve overall health and wellness. State of the art equipment, oversized flat screen televisions, and great music give patrons a workout experience to look forward to again and again.
The Perk is MBU’s 3,000 square foot, full-service coffeehouse. Located on the southern edge of the MBU quad. Take a virtual tour of The Perk.