The Southern Exchange

The Southern Exchange is a ministry joyfully provided through the generous support of volunteers for the benefit of Southern Seminary and Boyce College students and their families.
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5th & Broadway

The weekday hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (closed for chapel), and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
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Campus Bookstore

LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention operates the campus bookstore, located in the Honeycutt Center.
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Campus Clinic

Seminarians have access to a limited health maintenance program at the Hagan Clinic, staffed by a charge nurse and physician. Upon presentation of valid identification, current students and their immediate family may use the clinic.
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“The Shield” Card

The Shield is a student multi-functional ID card that remains valid during the term of registration. Each student must carry the Shield card while on campus, and present it when requesting services from any office. Shield Cards may be obtained at Campus Safety and Security during operating hours. Student may also add money to their shield card in order to make copies in one of three ways: online, in the library, and at 5th & Broadway.

ID photographs comply with the standard for decorum and dress. To obtain a Shield Card, male students must wear a collared shirt–no caps, t-shirts or facial jewelry.

Spouses and dependents may obtain cards after entering the necessary data into the online form, For replacement cards or inquiries, contact The Shield office, (502) 897-4444.

Health and Recreation Center

The Recreation Center has gymnasiums, racquetball courts, swimming pool, tot pool, outside fountain pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, fitness room, climbing wall and game rooms. Weekday hours are 6:00 am until 10 pm, and 9-9 for Saturdays and certain holidays. Staff members provide equipment, instruction and assistance about personal fitness. Programs take priority over free play activity, and are first offered to students. Classes and official on-campus organizations may reserve portions of the Center.
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