Exploring Andrews

Campus Tours

Our beautiful University consists of 1,600 acres on the St. Joseph River and we have an arboretum with more than 500 labeled trees and 150 species. The campus includes 26 instructional buildings, four residence halls, four apartment complexes, three libraries, a performing arts center, two gymnasiums, a gymnastics center, extensive lighted outdoor sporting facilities, an astronomy observatory, a 50,000-watt FM radio station, an airpark and more.

Guest Services offers campus tours for individuals and groups. Tours are available by appointment only. You may arrange a tour by calling 269-471-3360 or by sending an email to Guest Services.

Highlights of your campus tour may include:
  1. Andrews University Airpark
  2. Howard Performing Arts Center
  3. Center for Adventist Research
  4. Dairy
  5. J.N. Andrews sculpture
  6. Pioneer Memorial Church
  7. Siegfried Horn Archaeological Museum
  8. Sutherland House
  9. WAUS 90.7 FM

Visitors Parking Permit

All visitors and guests of Andrews University must obtain a parking permit to park on Andrews University property. Permits are free and can be obtained through the Office of Campus Safety during regular office hours.

If you are staying in a campus guest room, you can obtain a permit at the front desk when checking in.

Please park according to the campus signage. Residence hall parking lots are strictly off-limits to anyone who is not a residence hall resident. However, we do offer an ample supply of additional parking near these restricted areas. See the campus parking map for details.

Visitors Center

The Andrews University Visitor Center is located in the Division of Integrated Marketing & Communication (IMC), located in Griggs Hall A. Visitors are welcome to come during weekday office hours to get a campus map or to pick up brochures about Andrews University and the local community. Please note that most campus offices (including IMC) close at noon on Fridays.