A CAMPAIGN FOR REAL TRANSFORMATION
God’s work continues at Oak Hills as the campus transformation moves toward completion.
WE HAD A BUSY SUMMER
- Campus building exteriors received facelifts.
- Landscaping added a fire pit, new sidewalks, enhanced outdoor lighting, and much more.
- Improved campus signage included a new entrance sign and archway.
- The Prayer Chapel received exterior and interior renovations.
We thank God for providing 84% of our $4.3 million goal thus far.
Oak Hills has been blessed by the prayers of many and financial partners who have joined us on this journey. With your help, we have raised $3.6
million towards the Campaign’s $4.3 million!
- $700,000 is still needed to reach our $4.3 million goal for A Campaign for Real Transformation. God has provided about 84% of our
- We have until December 31, 2017 to raise the $10,000 left to meet our $250,000 matching grant. Your gift DOUBLES when you give because of this
grant. The matching grant goes towards the remaining $700,000.
WE NEED YOUR PRAYERS AND SUPPORT!
- Give a one-time gift of any amount toward A Campaign for Real Transformation and the $250,000 matching opportunity.
- Make a 2-year pledge for A Campaign for Real Transformation that can be paid monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
- Pray for students, staff, and faculty that God would transform lives.
- Pray that God would provide the resources needed to finish funding Thompson Hall and other campus transformation projects.
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WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED
After years of prayer, careful evaluation and planning, in 2015 Oak Hills began a 25 YEAR COMPREHENSIVE MASTER SITE PLAN to completely renew the
main campus. Since then, a lot has been accomplished!
- 9. Refacing of key buildings around campus happened the summer of 2017.
- 8. Campus signs were updated summer of 2017, including a new entrance sign and archway.
- 7. East Hall was removed in July 2017.
- 6. Dedication ceremony of Thompson Hall took place February 25, 2017.
- 5. Thompson Hall has been completed and students moved in January 2017.
- 4. Construction of the 88 bed Residence Hall started in the spring of 2016.
- 3. The board named the new residence hall the Robert H. Thompson Memorial Residence Hall, Thompson Hall for short.
- 2. Administration Building was removed in July and August of 2015.
- 1. Offices and Support Services moved from the Administration Building to several other buildings on campus in the summer of 2014.
Floor plan and exterior views
STUDENT LIFE IN THOMPSON HALL!
Thompson Residence Hall features:
- Housing up to 88 students
- 4 wings, 2 men’s and 2 women’s
- Each room features individual AC units and a private bathroom
- A spacious kitchenette for each wing to encourage floor community
- Convenient laundry facilities located in each wing
- The Great Room common area lounge
- A game room with a pool table
- Vending machines
- Student Life offices
AS A RESULT OF THIS CAMPAIGN, WE HOPE TO
- Create a healthy living space to facilitate student learning.
- Deepen student/faculty connections by moving faculty offices near classrooms.
- Reduce barriers for prospective students and strengthen retention of current students.
- Improve community space, replace aging facilities, and update infrastructure through the transformation of our physical campus.
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