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 and complimentary wifi. Alarm clocks are available upon request at the front desk.
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. Laundry facilities are available.
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.