The campus student dormitory accommodate about 250 beds, in three buildings offering a variety of room types. The dormitories, designed by Architect Prof. Gabi Schwartz, offer views of the green fields of the valley to the south and the blue waters of the Sea of Galilees to the north.
Located on our south campus, in the historic Semakh Railway Station complex. The restored railway buildings serve as the home of the Land of Israel Studies Department. The complex maintains a unique visitors center where students are the tour guides and visitors can learn about to the history of the valley train and the surrounding area.