LeMoyne-Owen College occupies a beautifully landscaped campus at 807 Walker Avenue in South Memphis. City buses make regular stops throughout the day in front of the campus.
The principal buildings on campus include: Brownlee Hall, the major administrative building; Steele Hall Fine Arts and Humanities Center, the oldest building on campus; C. Arthur Bruce/ Jerry C. Johnson Hall, housing the gymnasium, pool and other physical education facilities; Alma C. Hanson Student Center, housing student lounges and recreation rooms, meeting rooms, dining hall, staff offices, the Little Theater and the college bookstore;
Hollis F. Price Memorial Library; and Gibson-Orgill Mathematics and Science Learning Center that is home to faculty offices, laboratories, classrooms, a Natural Science Library, the Teaching and Learning Center, and the computer center.
Institutional Advancement, Alumni Relations and Public Relations are located in Sweeney Hall. The Center for African and African American Studies houses classrooms, conference rooms and office space.
LeMoyne-Owen College's newest residence hall opened at the corner of Neptune and Saxon in the Fall of 2013. Click here for a tour of this 336-bed, co-ed dormitory.
If you have the time, we'd like you to visit LeMoyne-Owen campus, meet a few students, sit in on a class, or chat with some of our distinguished faculty members. Stop by the Alma C. Hanson Student Center for a snack, or maybe lunch.
Stroll around the historic grounds. Get a feel for our beautiful campus. We want you to be comfortable. After all, you'll be spending a lot of time here. Interviews are not required, but we'll arrange one if you'd like. And, of course, we'll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
Campus visits should be scheduled at least two weeks in advance and are offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.