Once a college campus, the center’s residence halls offer basic rooms with a single, twin bed and a shared bath between rooms. Rooms include basic amenities, including linens, an alarm clock and complimentary wifi.
Bragg Residence Hall – Built in 1950, the Bragg Residence Hall honors Grace L. Bragg, president of the Woman’s Division of Christian Services, 1940 – 1948. A comfortable residence for Scarritt Bennett Center’s guests, Bragg has three floors with over 30 guest rooms.
Cadwallader Residence Hall – Built in 1963, the residence hall was named the Charles N. Cadwallader Men’s Residence. The building has two floors and over 50 rooms.
Gibson Residence Hall – Built in 1940, this residence hall was built with funds collected by alumnae throughout the world to honor Miss Maria Layng Gibson, the first principal of Scarritt Bible and Training School. The residence hall contains more than 45 guest rooms and a beautiful central parlor on the first floor.
Group lodging reservations should be handled by the group leader. Individual members of the group should contact the group leader for changes to their reservations.
At this time we are unable to accommodate pets. Smoking, alcohol, illegal drugs and firearms are also prohibited on campus.
For reservations or more information please call (615) 340-7500 or toll free at (1-866) 420-5486 Monday through Saturday, 8 am – 8 pm or Sunday 8am – 4 pm, or you may wish to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each of the residence halls has a common lounge area equipped with a TV, a public telephone, a refrigerator, a sink and a microwave. Coin-operated washers, dryers and an ironing board are also available on campus. Irons can be checked out at the welcome center in the Laskey Building.
The technology center in the lobby of the Laskey Building is also available to guests. The technology center includes free wifi access, two desktop computers, a printer, a copier and a fax machine.