Townhouses South Occupancy

The Townhouses are two story, apartment style buildings with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Common areas in the Townhouses include a full-sized kitchen, living room, and a washer/dryer area.

The South Townhouse Resident Director has an office in the Community Center.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Townhouses are an area where upper-classmen are given the opportunity to build intentional relationships within the apartments as well as within the city of Marion. Residents experience purposeful community while learning a sense of independence.

An Inside Look

Building Features

  • Furnished
  • Kitchen
  • High-speed Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Heat/AC
  • Chapel, Computer Room, TV Lounge
View the Floor Plans

MEET THE RD | Jake Sinkovitz

"My desire is to see college students develop holistically, build intentional relationships, and learn to love how God has wired them."

Originally from the Great Lakes state of Michigan, I graduated from Spring Arbor University in 2011. Before coming to IWU in 2014, I was a Student Ministries and Young Adult Pastor in Southeastern Michigan. My passion is to see young men and women live into God’s calling for them, while also becoming critical participants in this contemporary world. It is an honor to be part of their journey.

Hometown: Jackson, MI
Colleges Attended: Jackson Community College and Spring Arbor University
Degree: Bachelor’s Degree in Campus Ministries
Best ResLife Memory:
Being a part of a residence community on campus that so closely resembled the Early Church. I also enjoy the great, solid relationships that came out of regular everyday life on campus.
Best thing about my job:
Living life together with my students, staff, and fellow RDs.
Best thing about IWU:
Being a place that fosters intentional, holistic community.

Community Outreach

The North and South Townhouses hold an annual Block Party with the Marion community. Events include live music and catered food as well as prizes. Events for children include face painting and yard games. The Block Party is free to the public as well as IWU students/faculty/staff.

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Building History

The Townhouses were originally built in 1998 to offer a different option in residential housing, acclimating students to more responsibility and independence. The Townhouses work to foster community both internally between residents and externally with our Marion neighbors.

Street Address

ST-Sign

South Townhouses
352-602 E. University Blvd. and
407-517 E. 45th St.
Marion, IN 46953

Send Mail To:
Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953