The Herbert W. Armstrong College campus is located in north Edmond, nine miles from Oklahoma City. The spacious grounds consist of rolling meadows of natural grass surrounding two large ponds and dotted with clusters of shrubs and trees. This country setting, near two rapidly growing cities, affords students the advantages of both rural and metropolitan American life.

The 170-acre campus includes dormitories, a library, a dining hall, a multipurpose indoor athletic facility, a pool, athletic fields, student lounges, a bookstore, administration offices, faculty homes and classroom spaces furnished with modern multimedia equipment. All of the college's architecture was purpose-built in or after 2001, when the institution was established. The most recent building to be completed on campus is its crown jewel: Armstrong Auditorium.

This unique campus provides a setting suitable for positive character development and higher learning.

Armstrong Auditorium is the campus's largest and most elegant building. Its theater hosts world-renowned artists who perform for the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation's concert series. College forums, music department performances, church services and other events are also held here.

The Hall of Administration contains classroom space, the college library and the student bookstore in addition to the offices of Herbert W. Armstrong College and the Philadelphia Church of God.

The John Amos Field House includes a modern gymnasium, a weight room, a stage, a computer lab and the campus dining hall. The multipurpose facility hosts athletic events, physical education classes, dances, formal events, meals and other functions.

The Barbara Flurry Memorial Hall contains comfortable accommodations for male students, including residential, study, kitchen and laundry facilities. The building's top floor is devoted to dance, music and general-use classrooms equipped with sound, projection and wireless Internet capabilities.

The Mayfair and Windsor residence halls provide female students with accommodation, study, kitchen and laundry spaces, as well as a lounge.

The Herbert W. Armstrong College campus also includes space for sports, running, walking, swimming, canoeing, socializing and other activities.