Campus Maps and Driving Directions
The main campus of Johnston Community College is located near the center of Johnston County, North Carolina, near the intersection of Interstate 95 and US Business 70, at 245 College Road in Smithfield. While the College has its beginnings in early 1967, classes began at the new Smithfield campus in September 1976.
The 145-acre campus of buildings and designated sites includes classroom and lab spaces and facilities for both curriculum and Continuing Education programs as well as the library, greenhouses, fitness center, art gallery, academic skills center, student lounge, auditorium, faculty offices, administrative and student support offices, and service spaces. The beautiful and luscious campus site includes scenic ponds, fountains, walking trails, thematic gardens, and courtyards through an array of native species plants and cultivated landscapes. Click here for driving directions.
|H - Britt Building
I - Transport Technology Building
J - Public Safety Services Complex
K - Sports/Recreation Complex
L - Arboretum Complex
M - Sanders Maintenance Building
N - Lakeside Greenhouse
Campus Buildings and Sites
- Sports & Recreation Complex (K)
This 14-acre property currently includes a softball field and outdoor volleyball courts, as well as open fields for intramural and student-sponsored field games such as soccer.
- Sanders Building (M)
Named after Gabriel "Gabe" Sanders, the first employee to retire from the College, who was honored by the Board of Trustees for his dedicated service as an employee. Built in 1995, the 13,000-square-foot building includes a maintenance shop, a construction area for the residential construction classes, and storage space for grounds and surplus equipment.
- Lakeside Greenhouses (N)
Two greenhouses on campus are used by students in the Greenhouse program, a project sponsored in cooperation with the Johnston County Mental Health Center. The program provides job training in greenhouse and grounds maintenance for mental health clients. Various seasonal plants — bedding plants, mums, pansies, poinsettias — are grown inside the greenhouses and sold throughout the year to the public.