The campus occupies about 100 acres of land. The main and original site contains more than fifteen staff houses, and several blocks of rooms for single students each with kitchen area and a student lounge. In the married students’ quarters there are sixty-two houses. Other buildings are the Women’s School, Carpentry Workshop, Clinic, Chapel, Library and the administrative block, which contains offices for the Provost, Deputy Provost, and Academic Dean, Administrative Officers, Bursar, Registrar, and secretaries. There are also classroom blocks with an Assembly Hall and a Bookshop.
The College has an international status not only because of its high academic standard but also because of its evangelical emphasis on developing a spiritual maturity that is able to stand the tests of the complexity of our modern life. The College is located to the east of Bukuru, a suburb of Jos, the capital of Plateau State. The area offers an ideal place of study for nationals as well as expatriates because of its cool climate. Jos, commonly called the “Tin City”, has tourist attractions of various kinds, ranging from the rocky scenery of the Plateau to various establishments, both governmental and private, such as the Jos Wildlife Park, Zoo and Museum and Miango Rest Home and Conference Centre. The fact that TCNN is an international institution makes it also an ideal place for study especially at a time in the life of the church when the need for Christian unity and biblical ecumenism in our country and worldwide is high.
There is a Staff Nursery/Primary School and a Secondary School that provides boarding facilities for her students. The latter is situated at the upper site of the campus, Dan Mangu, which also has houses for rent as well as staff and students’ farms.
Beyond the classroom
Being an academic environment, life does not just start and end in the walls of the classroom, we go beyond....
TCNN provides a learning environment where students and lecturers from various denomination interact. This promotes the spirit of ecumenism, which is one of the reasons for establishing the school.
Sports and co-curricular activities
It is not all about studying, there are sports facilities for students' use. The Ministries Committee also organizes activities that give a much needed spiritual balance.
We believe that building leaders for both the church and the society is not just in the classroom, but also bodily to ensure psychological fitness. Our sporting facilities are provided for staff, students and other approved athletes.
The Ministries Committee, through well-thought out activities, provide another phase in this building process. We believe this is the pattern for grooming a balanced leaders.