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Contact us about these venues:

  • Hunter Welcome Center
  • WACU Museum
  • Teague Special Events Center
  • Moody Coliseum
  • Williams Performing Arts Center
  • College of Business Administration Building
  • College of Biblical Studies Building
  • Chapel on the Hill
  • Living Room in the Campus Center
  • Jacob’s Dream


Hunter Welcome Center

Hunter Welcome Center

McCaleb Conference Center
3 zones, (includes tables, chairs, screen, sound and projector)
Each zone will seat 120 for a seated meal or 180 theater style. All three zones together will accommodate 352 for a seated meal and approximately 600 theater-style.

East Lobby
Approximately 150 people reception style

Rich Welcome Plaza and Labyrinth

Alumni Conference Room
Second floor, Room 284, seats 28
Equipped with whiteboards and flat-screen monitor with laptop connectors

Lynay Classroom
Second floor, Room 211, seats 80
Equipped with screen and projector

Moody Coliseum

Moody Coliseum

The half-century-old domed home of Abilene Christian University’s basketball games, volleyball matches, Chapel services, Sing Song performances and Commencement ceremonies – to name a few – will receive a significant upgrade over the next two years.

“Moody Coliseum is at the heart of many of our campus traditions and is a critical part of our athletics program,” said Dr. Phil Schubert, ACU president. “After 52 years, it’s time to invest in improvements that will bring Moody up to par with our NCAA Division I programs and the many other events for which we need a large gathering space.”

Teague Special Events Center

Teague Special Events Center

The home of ACU women’s basketball and volleyball, the Teague Center can also transform into a large hosting space.

Jacob's dream

Jacob’s Dream

Jacob’s Dream, a 40-foot-tall bronze sculpture on the campus of Abilene Christian University, was commissioned and dedicated as part of the university’s Centennial Celebration in 2006. The sculpture features four 8-foot-tall angels ascending and descending a ladder reaching to heaven, illustrating the biblical account of Jacob’s dream from Genesis 28.

Students in the ACU fitness center

The Royce and Pam Money Recreation Center

Join or create an intramural team, work out or meet new people at the student wellness athletics center. The 108,000 square foot facility houses three gyms, two pools, two racquetball courts, two studios, an indoor track and a workout facility.