The Tradition Campus of William Carey University serves as the anchor institution for the Tradition/Learning Medical City planned community in Harrison County, Mississippi. The campus began with an Administration Building, Library and Academic Building, Department of Education, Department of Nursing, Department of Business, Department of Psychology and Counseling Education, Department of Criminal Justice, and the Maintenance Department. New facilities opened Fall 2018, and include Sciana Hall and Sanderson Hall The Branch Gallery showcases the talents and interests of our Tradition community in the Administration Building lobby and is open during campus hours.
The Tradition Campus Library
The Tradition campus library completed in 2009, houses books and DVD supporting the requirements of Tradition students, as well as a computer lab from which WCU Libraries’ electronic resources are available. The Tradition Library also has three group study rooms for two to six persons, and a campus-to-campus loan service provides quick access to all print materials in the entire WCU Libraries collection.
Sanderson Hall is the home of the state-of-the-art William Carey School of Pharmacy The building establishes a priority for high quality educational facilities essential to the Tradition Learning/Medical City. Learning spaces are designed to encourage collaborative learning with peers, professors, and throughout their professional community. Classrooms and meeting spaces are equipped with the advanced technologies to prepare graduates for a future as leaders in the health care field.
Scianna Hall is the newest academic building with over 17,000 square feet of learning space and meeting space. Equipped with the latest instructional technologies, faculty and students can collaborate and learn with professionals across the nation or world. The Lucille Parker Gallery Exhibit is located in the lobby of Sciana and shares the artwork of talented Mississippi artists.
Administrative Building A is a three-story building that was part of the original campus established in 2009. The first floor of Building A was designed to accommodate university services, including offices for admissions, financial aid, registrar, business, student services, and an administrative suite. The space on the second floor is used for academic purposes, housing two classrooms, a Biology lab, and a simulation lab for nursing. The third floor consists of office spaces for campus instructors, a faculty work area, and three departmental suites.
Academic Building B houses over 38,000 square feet of learning space for campus-bases classes and community partnership events. The Tradition Campus Library is located on the second level of the building and is equipped with technologies and learning space to support the academic needs of Carey students.
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