|The main campus in New Brunswick occupies a dozen buildings scattered over an eight-acre tract overlooking the Nielson Campus of Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. The main building, Zwemer Hall, was dedicated in 1967 and named in honor of Dr. Samuel M. Zwemer, pioneer Christian missionary to Arabia. It is centered around a chapel of contemporary design and houses classrooms, administrative and faculty offices, and a dining hall.
|Gardner Sage Library, dedicated in 1875,contains over one hundred fifty thousand books and over ten thousand bound periodicals, including three hundred periodicals on current subscription. More than one thousand additional publications are accessioned annually. This collection of theological works isecumenically rich, and supplemented by unusually strong sources in the classics, fine arts, social sciences, Dutch and Dutch Colonial Studies, and Reformed Church History.|
The library houses the official archives of the Reformed Church in America and the Archivist’s office. These resources (and those of the nearby library of the State University of New Jersey) provide unique opportunities for the study of the history and doctrine of the Reformed Church in America.
||The location of the seminary on the St. John’s University campus in Jamaica/Queens, NY is also well-suited for theological education. With easy accessibility by public transportation and automobile, the site is convenient for students from Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island. |
Area colleges, hospitals, churches and social agencies are available to augment the Queens program. Both sites provide easy access to the cultural offerings of metropolitan New York and exposure to the social challenges of modern urban areas.