Facilities and Classrooms

Religion faculty offices, as well as many of our classes, find a home in Lubbers Hall.

On the first floor of Lubbers Hall students are in the heart of the humanities on campus. Classrooms, the divisional dean’s office and our religion department offices are all housed in the warm halls on the main level.

Lubbers Hall

126 East 10th Street Holland, MI 49423

Built in 1942, Lubbers Hall is one of the oldest buildings on campus. Recent interior renovations and charming Dutch-influenced architecture make it the perfect place for students to study English, history, political science, philosophy and religion. Learn more.