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Stay in a Treasured Nashville Historic Site

Scarritt Bennett Center's history dates back to the late 19th century, when we were first established as the Scarritt College for Christian Workers. Scarritt College trained young women missionaries in a time when women were still prohibited from many forms of leadership across denominations of the church.

In 1952, Scarritt College became one of the first white, private colleges in the state of Tennessee to integrate and in April of 1957, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously visited the college and preached in our historic Wightman Chapel. Scarritt College eventually became co-ed and operated until 1988, when it closed and became Scarritt Bennett Center.

Guests to our campus can stay in one of our three historic residence halls. Our rooms are "suite-style". Suites include two sleeping rooms, most with twin-sized beds, adjoined by a full bathroom with a tub/shower combo. Each suite is equipped with one TV with streaming capabilities, a mini-fridge with a freezer, a microwave, and a dual drip coffee maker/Keurig.

Our campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We're located on Music Row, a block from Vanderbilt University, and minutes from Belmont, Lipscomb, Hillsboro Village, 12S, Midtown, Honky Tonk Row, and more.

Entryway to Cadwallader Residence Hall
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Group Lodging

We offer group lodging for private events, conferences, or and private parties of 5 or more guests who are visiting Nashville.

Long-Term Stays

What if you need a place to stay for, say, a month-long writer's retreat? Or summer housing in Nashville? We can help with that. Contact us to learn about all of our campus lodging options.

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Our Home is Your Home
Guests on our campus are invited to enjoy all we have to offer, like exploring our beautiful gardens and participating in programs and events.
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Scarritt Bennett Center is a nonprofit conference, retreat, and education center in Nashville, TN.
Our mission is to create space where individuals and groups engage each other to achieve a more just world.