Scott Fine Arts Center
The Scott Fine Arts Center houses many of our music facilities. In addition to many faculty offices and a 175-person performance hall, this building also contains a piano lab, Mac lab, music technology lab, and a large classroom. There are six soundproof Wenger practice rooms that are accessible to students with a secure RFID card system.
Originally a Ford dealership, and later a West Point Pepperell data center, the Scott Fine Arts Center was acquired in 2012 by Point University. The building was named for the Scott family, some members of which worked in and later co-owned the Ford dealership. Point University appreciates the generosity of the Scott family in helping bring our campus to life.
The Band Building houses our large rehearsal, a percussion studio and additional faculty offices. Originally the Coleman Furniture store, this building features an open floor plan and high ceiling. This building has a large field in the back for marching band practices. Although generally used for rehearsal, the space can also be used for concerts involving extremely large groups.