Campus & facilities

EAST is located on 118 Joo Chiat Road #04-01 Singapore 427407.


EAST occupies 3 levels of the building. Level 3 is our multi-purpose meeting rooms, chapel, studio, prayer room, and lounge. Level 4 is our administration and faculty offices. Level 5 is our resource centre.


A designated Prayer Room is located at the 3rd level and it is designed for individual and small group prayer. The room is available to all members of the EAST community during regular office hours.












Faculty, staff, students, and guests can come together to relax, chat, eat, or study at our Lounge located at the 3rd level. The Lounge is furnished with basic items like microwave oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, etc. Snacks and beverages are available for students to consume, these are provided by the Student Council.












The Administrative Office is open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

More information about EAST facilities is found in the “General Information” section of the Prospectus.

For those interested to visit our campus, please proceed to level 4 and look for any of our administrative staff.



The EAST Resource Centre is located at the 5th level. It is fully air conditioned and users can easily connect to the internet using their personal laptops or computer units stationed inside the resource centre.  We have conducive space for study with direct access to physical collection of books and reference materials. We also have spaces for collaborative work, small-group study.

The Resource Centre’s collection includes 12,500 volumes of books and 27 journal subscriptions (information is correct as of 11 March 2021).

EAST is a co-owner/member school of the Digital Theological Library (the DTL) since April 2020. The DTL complements EAST’s own physical library at its resident campus in Singapore.

All faculty, staff, and program students now have online access to the 600,000+ books, 60 million+ articles, 21,000+ journals, 150+ databases, and 30+ subject guides in the DTL, all in digital format, anywhere, anytime.

Access to additional printed and online resources is available through the National Library. Singaporean students have free access to the extensive databases and digital resources available at the National Library. International students must join and pay an annual fee if they wish to use this. As part of EAST Aleph, the EAST librarian introduces students to research resources at the National Library.