Spring Arbor University, by action of the Board of Trustees, announces the naming of its newest residence hall in honor of a longtime supporter of Christian higher education, B. Jack Andrews, a real estate and investments professional. The official name change took place on Dec. 18, 2012.
“Mr. Andrews’ life, with commitment to Christ and service to others, is truly a reflection of the Spring Arbor University Concept. By naming a residence hall in his honor, it will serve as a constant reminder of a business and community leader who also is committed to Christian higher education,” says Charles H. Webb, university president.
Formerly known as University Hall, Andrews Hall was completed in 2010. The 53,000-square-foot residence hall houses men and contains four floors of 107 double-occupancy rooms to accommodate 214 students. The facility features an open lounge area on the main level, a study lounge area with computers and printing capabilities, a conference room, laundry room, prayer chapel, exercise room, television room and game room. It is located at the corner of Cottage and College Streets.