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Iowa Wesleyan College
It may not be the West Wing but it’s where you’ll find the President. You can also find the offices for Registrar, Academic Dean, Extended Learning, Alumni, Fundraising, Marketing and Publications.
Help is here. Research material, computer lab, Academic Resource Center and library specialists who can help you find whatever you need. The Teacher Education program is on the lower level.
Work out, find most of the Athletic Staff or head on over to the Athletic Training area. Meeting space is here, along with the Ruble Arena where Tigers win basketball and volleyball games.
Taking care of Business..and Financial Aid…and Admissions. These offices are on the main level. Head upstairs for concerts, lectures, plays and more in the Auditorium.
Studios, classrooms and faculty offices are located here. This is also where you’ll find the Career Center, Field Experience, Media Center and the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement.
Get your game on! Come visit the house the Tigers built.
Grounds, maintenance and housekeeping share big responsibility for keeping the campus running from this one little house.
Football offices are downstairs. A great old-style gym for practice or fun is right above them.
Classrooms, labs and lots of faculty offices. Business, nursing, science, social sciences, computer science – it’s all here.
Abe Lincoln may not have slept here, but this museum honors the legacy of the Robert Todd and Mary Harlan Lincoln legacy and their connection to Iowa Wesleyan College.
Where it all began! The original building on the IWC campus now houses the English program.
Grab a bite to eat, browse the Book Store or kick back and relax in the Tiger Den. This is also where you’ll find the fine folks in Student Life.
Another place our students call home. This one houses 281 students.
Get out of town – or at least head to the east side of it. This city-owned park is home to the Tiger soccer team and also offers tons of recreational opportunities. Tennis, anyone?