STUDENTS have the opportunity to be involved in weekly activities that provide fellowship and a welcome break from the rigors of work and courses. The east Tennessee area offers a variety of attractions including the Great Smoky Mountains and the Cumberland Mountains as well as numerous opportunities for hiking, picnicking, and sightseeing.
Hiking & Sightseeing • Bonfires & S’mores • Pigeon Forge attractions • Gatlinburg attractions • Tennessee Smokies • Baseball • Inter-collegiate Athletics • Intramural Athletics • Life Sports • Shooting Team • Student Clubs
A favorite activity each fall is the annual “Sadie Hawkins” event, which gives everyone an opportunity to dress in southern hillbilly garb and engage in scavenger hunting, turkey shoot, and the greased pig race. The evening includes a hillbilly meal, skits, and wraps up with cider ‘n smores around the campfire.
The annual Valentine Banquet each February is a formal dinner and includes games and skits by students and their dates, music, and the evening’s highlight – the annual official Valentine Banquet video.
Crown College competes in the USCAA intercollegiate men’s soccer and basketball, and women’s volleyball. Students also compete in intramural dormitory tournaments in both basketball and volleyball.
Crown College is located just an hour from Gatlinburg. Activities are planned that give students the opportunity to enjoy fellowship and fun at a variety of events and venues, such as viewing the Christmas Lights each year.