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Asbury University Campus Map

 

Number Facilities
1 Abiding Pavilion & Reservoir
2 Aldersgate Apartments 
3 Alumni House
4 Art Annex
5 Center for Adventure Leadership
6 Center for Wholeness & Wellness (Counseling & Health Services)
7 Corbitt Hall (Adult & Online Learning)
8 Faculty/Staff Housing
9 Family/Non-Traditional Housing
10 Fletcher-Early Student Development Center (Center for Career and Calling)
11 Glide-Crawford Residence Hall (women)
12 Hager Administration Building/Campus Security
13 Hamann-Ray Science Center/Eagle Outlet Student Store/Campus Post Office
14 Hughes Auditorium (Chapel)
15 Intramural Fields
16 Jameson Recital Hall
17 Johnson Building (Cafeteria/Dougherty and Gray Dining Rooms/Art Gallery/Z.T.’s Bistro)
18 Johnson Residence Hall (men)
19 Kinlaw Library (Joe Pitts Center for Public Policy/Helpdesk/Center for Academic Excellence/Archives)
20 Kirkland Complex (Bowdoin Athletic Practice Facility, baseball & softball fields)
21 Kresge Residence Hall (women)
22 Luce Physical Activities Center
23 McCreless Fine Arts Center
24 Miller Center for Communication Arts
25 Morrison Hall (academics)
26 OMS Student Center
27 Original Asbury Building (est. 1890)
28 Physical Plant
29 Reasoner Green
30 Reasoner Hall (academics)
31 Salvation Army Student Center
32 Soccer/Lacrosse Field
33 Spanish House
34 Student Center
35 Tennis Courts
36 Trustees Residence Hall (men)
37 Wesley Building (Marketing & Communications)
38 Windsor Manor Guesthouse
39 World Gospel Mission Student Center

 

Parking Key
FS Faculty/Staff Parking
GP Guest Parking
SF Sophomore/Freshmen Parking
UP Upperclassmen Parking
HP Handicap Parking

★ – This signifies the future location of the Asbury University Collaborative Learning Center, home to the Dayton School of Business and the Math and Science Departments.

Directions

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FROM THE NORTH (CINCINNATI)

  • Take I-75 South. After I-64 joins with I-75, take the first Lexington exit (Exit 115).
  • Turn right, which will be Kentucky 922, also called Newtown Pike, and go past the Marriott (about 2 miles).
  • Exit onto Route 4 (New Circle Road) and turn right (this circles Lexington). Drive for 5 exits to Route 68 (Harrodsburg Road).
  • Turn right onto Route 68 and follow for about 10 miles, until Route 29 joins with this road from the left.
  • Shortly after the first Route 29 intersection, follow 29 as it goes straight at a fork (there will be green Asbury University signs and a gas station on the corner). Be careful, oncoming traffic has the right-of-way.
  • The University will be on the right after the first stoplight.

FROM THE WEST (LOUISVILLE)

  • Take I-64 East to Route 60 (Exit 58).
  • Follow Route 60 toward Lexington and Versailles (it will turn left near Versailles).
  • Keeneland (a horse track) will be on your left and the airport on your right; turn right (you can’t turn left) at the first light after the airport onto Man-O’-War Blvd.
  • Go about 3 miles (past a high school) to Route 68 (Harrodsburg Road). This will be the first 4-lane road you intersect.
  • Turn right onto Route 68 and follow for about 9 miles, until Route 29 joins with this road from the left.
  • Shortly after the first Route 29 intersection, follow 29 as it goes straight at a fork (there will be green Asbury University signs and a gas station on the corner). Be careful, oncoming traffic has the right-of-way.
  • The University will be on the right after the first stoplight.

FROM THE EAST (WEST VIRGINIA)

  • Take I-64 West to I-75 South.
  • Follow I-75 South to Exit 108 (Man-O-War Blvd).
  • Turn west onto Man-O’-War Blvd.
  • Follow Man-O’-War Blvd. until you reach Nicholasville Road (US 27). Turn left (south) and follow for about 8 miles.
  • Exit right onto Route 29 to Wilmore (it will be the first limited-access-style exit you encounter). Turn left when you reach a T-intersection with Route 68. The two roads combine to head south for about half a mile.
  • Follow 29 as it goes straight at a fork (there will be green Asbury University signs and a gas station on the corner). Be careful, oncoming traffic has the right-of-way.
  • The University will be on the right after the first stoplight.

FROM THE SOUTH (TENNESSEE, VIA I-75)

  • Take I-75 North to the first Lexington exit (Exit 104).
  • This is Highway 418 (eventually Richmond Road). Follow this road several miles until you get to Man-O’-War Blvd. (this will be another 4-lane road).
  • Turn left (west) onto Man-O’-War Blvd.
  • Follow Man-O’-War Blvd. until you reach Nicholasville Road (US 27). Turn left (south) and follow for about 8 miles.
  • Exit right onto Route 29 to Wilmore (it will be the first limited-access-style exit you encounter). Turn left when you reach a T-intersection with Route 68. The two roads combine to head south for about half a mile.
  • Follow 29 as it goes straight at the fork (there will be green Asbury University signs and a gas station on the corner). Be careful, oncoming traffic has the right-of-way.
  • The University will be on the right after the first stoplight.

FROM THE SOUTH (TENNESSEE, VIA I-65)

  • Take I-65 North to the Bluegrass Parkway exit (Exit 93).
  • Follow the Bluegrass Parkway all the way to its end, which is at Route 60
  • Take Route 60 toward Lexington; Keeneland (a horse track) will be on your left and the airport on your right.
  • Turn right (you can’t turn left) at the first light after the airport, onto Man-O’-War Blvd.
  • Go about 3 miles (past high school) to Harrodsburg Road (the first 4-lane road you intersect). This is also called Route 68.
  • Turn right onto Route 68 and follow for about 9 miles, until Route 29 joins with this road from the left.
  • Shortly after the first Route 29 intersection, follow 29 as it goes straight at the fork (there will be green Asbury University signs and a gas station on the corner). Be careful, oncoming traffic has the right-of-way.
  • The University will be on the right after the first stoplight.

Note: Other smaller roads may look like they will be a short-cut, but the above routes are indeed the easiest and fastest way to come.