Our Elkhart campus community
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary’s home base in south-central Elkhart, Indiana, provides a dynamic environment for a globally connected community.
Our small size provides a perfect context for building close, personal connections among students in residence on campus as well as those around the world.
Elkhart campus grounds
Our 44-acre campus provides plenty of space for soccer, Ultimate Frisbee and other outdoor activities. Indoor areas provide space for recreation including ping-pong and Foosball tables in the Waltner Hall lounge.
Walk through our six-acre native prairie and you’ll find more than 50 species of wildflowers and grasses. We’re also proud to host 50kW and 80kW solar arrays — the largest in Elkhart — to offset our energy use and save tons of CO2 emissions per year. Learn more about creation care efforts at AMBS.
A student-run garden provides space for growing produce while also building community. Students and employees also tap campus maple trees each spring to make syrup.
When it’s time to study, the AMBS library holds one of the largest collections of Mennonite and Anabaptist-related materials for ministry in the world. In addition, access to electronic resources and from library networks make possible a rich array of learning and discovery. Learn more about the library.
Campus maps and directions
Getting to and from our Elkhart campus is important! Find maps and directions here.
Campus safety and well-being
AMBS is committed to assisting all members of the AMBS community in providing for their own safety and security. Learn more about campus safety and well-being at AMBS.