Education Building-Johnson Seabrook



The Johnson-Seabrook Education Building was built in 1976 and named for two former JCSU presidents; third President Reverend W.F. Johnson, and seventh president Dr. J.W. Seabrook. The facility was once the home of the department of education, as well as the Mary Irwin Belk Early Childhood Education Center. It has also been home to the school’s Mobile Life and Learning Center, Student Support Services and the Academic Center for Excellence, and is a popular meeting place for committees, faculty, and staff training. 

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