Located on the 1st floor of Mercer, the Lion’s Pride Campus Store carries many required textbooks, a variety of Bryan merchandise, and school supplies.
Monday – Friday
9 am – 12pm, 1pm – 4:30 pm
The Department of Information Technology, located in Mercer 101, supports approved hardware and software for faculty, staff, and students. Feel free to contact them for help with any of Bryan’s telephones, TVs, or computers.
Resident meal plan students can enjoy exchange meals at Prideland Grill, Bryan’s alternative to the Dining Hall located on the 2nd floor of the Latimer Student Center. Prideland Grill is also a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy a snack. The exchange menu offerings include fresh sub sandwiches, french bread pizza, grilled cheese sandwiches, and meatball hoagies. You can also order our 1/4-lb. flame broiled burger 2 -7 pm as part of the exchange program.
Monday-Thursday, 11 am – 11 pm
Friday, 11 am – 5 pm
Located on the 2nd floor of Latimer, the Lions’ Den offers a rec area for students and guests, with vending, pool and ping-pong tables. It’s common to see faculty and staff enjoying a quick match against students and each other, too!
The college library offers ample study areas with scenic views, a computer lab, and wifi throughout the building and adjoining patio and garden. Bryan students have access to full-text databases, nearly 160,000 print and digital books, and more than 24,000 journals, magazines, and newspapers.
When class assignments challenge and stress, the staff at the Academic Support Center is there to help. Located on the first floor of the library, the peer tutors of the ASC offer writing consulting services and tutoring in a variety of subject areas. Students may schedule appointments online.
“Career Services was so helpful as they dedicated their time to help me build my network, develop skills that made me more marketable, and identify effective strategies to help me achieve my goals.”
James Folsom, ‘12, Business Major
Bryan College boasts several musical and theatrical groups that have flourished over the years, providing high quality entertainment in Rhea County, across the country, and overseas.
The Bryan College Intramural Sports Program provides an outlet for students to engage in healthy competition and interaction with fellow students, faculty, and staff in a recreational setting
Our campus is situated in a great location near natural wonders, museums, recreation areas, restaurants, theaters, and other great spots.
The Commoner helps Bryan students and the greater college constituency remember who we are and where we’ve been. Each year’s Commoner records the special friends, fun times and significant milestones that make each year of college worth remembering.
Triangle is the student-produced news media at Bryan College, providing a forum for news, sports, opinion and discussion. Triangle is published daily as an interactive news website from September to the beginning of May (except in December and January).