The Smith Building, opened in 2003, is named after Roger A. Smith, a Goldsboro farmer, insurance business owner, and landowner who died in 1973. Smith’s son, William, gifted some 40 acres to the College in his father’s memory in 1993.
The 28,000-square-foot building houses college transfer classes, such as history, English, mathematics, psychology, sociology, and physical education, as well as the Basic Law Enforcement Training program and fitness center.
The Smith Building (G) is located near the southern corner of the campus, next to the Health Sciences Building. Parking is available off College Road in Lot 2.