CAMPUS

GWC Campus

The College campus is located beside the sea in Muizenberg, Cape Town, 45 minutes drive from Cape Town city centre. The main teaching centre, Bishop Morris House, and the study centre, Broughton Knox Centre, are on Beach Road. These buildings house lecture halls, a library, a study centre, a computer lab, a chapel, and administration offices. GWC’s faculty centre, residential blocks for men, women and married couples, and the new Hope Motlhope Student Centre are all close at hand.

 

About half of GWC’s students live in college accommodation and enjoy the advantages of Christian community. Students in Foord House and the women’s residence eat together in the canteen at Foord House, and students from other residences are welcome to join them. There is a weekly lunch for the whole college. The central campus, including Foord House residence, is covered by Wi-Fi.

Bishop Morris House

GWC’s main teaching and administrative building is on Beach Road, Muizenberg.

Broughton Knox Study Centre & Library

The Library and study centre are a part of GWC’s main campus and are easily accessed from the main building. A computer laboratory is located in the Study Centre, so that no student is without computer access. Postgraduate students have exclusive use of their own study room located in the library.

For more information on the Library please click here

 Foord House

Foord House is a residence for single men with single and shared rooms. Each room has its own ablution facilities.

Clevedon House is a second men’s residence for single men.

Beach Road flats | Mountain View flats | Dorena Flats| Reiken building:
GWC owns a number of apartments near to the main campus, which it rents to married students who are here with their families. Single women are accommodated in flatlets which they share in pairs.

Frankfurt Mews | Rodlean Court | Arbuthnot House:
The College owns a number of apartments near to the main campus which it rents to GWC Faculty.

The Itumeleng (Hope) Motlhope Student Centre

Construction of the Itumeleng (Hope) Motlhope Student Centre began in June 2017 and we were handed the keys in October 2018. We started having our community lunch in the new dining hall soon after that and students will officially move in, in January 2019.

This new five storey development will house 45 students. The dining hall is situated on the top floor and has extensive views over the ocean and mountains around Muizenberg.

Ground floor parking is easing parking congestion in the neighbouring roads.

DONATE TO HELP BUILD HOPE IN AFRICA

We still need to raise R3 000 000 to fit out the new student centre. Support this project and enable us to equip more workers to teach the Gospel in Africa.