On a campus that’s cutting-edge, the John Wesley Administration building serves as a constant reminder of the storied and rich history of Indiana Wesleyan University. Originally built in 1894, this historic building is the oldest structure remaining on IWU’s campus. Today, the Administration Building is home to University President Henry Smith’s office, offices for University Relations and Marketing, a meeting room for IWU’s Board of Trustees, the Office of the Provost and the John Wesley Library. This stately structure will remain a steadfast beacon for generations.
The John Wesley Administration Building is located on South Washington Street, directly across from West 42nd Street. From South Washington Street, turn east onto University Boulevard at IWU’s west entrance. Proceed to John Wesley Court and turn left (north). The Administration Building is the first and only building on your left.
A large parking lot is available south of the Administration Building. Short-term guest parking is available just north of the building on John Wesley Court cul-de-sac.