There are no upcoming dates for this event.
You are encouraged to explore campus and to check out your department. Some buildings you may remember and others may be new to you.
The following areas, among others, will be open:
Architecture Resource Center
Featuring a fascinating collection of architectural models, original artwork and a comprehensive library, this inspiring display should not be missed.
Natural History Museum
108B Price Hall, Science Complex
Curator: Tom Goodwin (FA)
Featuring Andrews University’s own Prillwitz Mammoth, the most complete mammoth ever found in Michigan. The museum also includes a large collection of mammals and birds.
Institute of Archaeology and Siegfried H. Horn Museum
9047 U.S. 31
You won’t want to miss these amazing displays, which include a real goat-hair tent with Bedouin furnishings (all original from Jordan) similar to the time of Abraham; artifacts from the Tall Jalul and Hesban excavations in Jordan; our Egyptian tomb and the Jerusalem room, complete with an antique scale model of the this wondrous city and our recently donated panoramic photo of Jerusalem from 1898. In addition, there are exhibits featuring Mesopotamia with artifacts from Babylon and Ur. You will also not want to miss our murals by renowned local artist Nathan Greene, depicting life scenes from the Biblical story and the artifacts that go with each.
Price Hall, Biology Lobby on the second floor.
Ruth Murdoch Elementary School
8885 Garland Ave.
RMES alumni and friends are invited to tour our building and browse student displays. Refreshments will be served.
Art & Design Gallery