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Asbury University

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About Asbury University

Asbury University’s 14 academic departments offer more than 40 majors. The University also offers several master's degrees in education, including alternative certification programs, and a master's of social work degree. The University also has an adult degree completion program called Adult Professional Studies (APS) and Online Programs.

The University provides many opportunities for student involvement both on and off campus. Internships, exchange programs, missions and community service opportunities are also available and are part of the curriculum in nearly every major.

Campus information

Asbury University's 65 acre main campus contains more than 30 buildings, ranging from historic Greek revival to contemporary architecture, athletic fields and a cross-country course, all within easy walking distance.

Hager Administration Building, completed in 1910, is one of the oldest structures on campus and is listed on the national register of historic places. Since 1929, Hughes Auditorium has been the site for campus community worship and revival. And Kinlaw Library, a high-tech information center, was completed in 2001. All of these buildings are located along Macklem Drive, the University's tree-shaded semi-circle green where generations of Asburians have studied, laughed and prayed together.

The total University property spans 739 acres, which includes our equestrian center and ropes challenge course.

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 Marathon 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 Marathon 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 Marathon 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 Marathon 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 Marathon 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.

Accommodation

Living on campus is an important part of the Asbury University experience. Our primary goal in Residence Life is to create and maintain a God-honoring community with an appropriate mix of challenge and support, designed to strengthen relationships. Our upperclassmen and student staff live throughout our residence halls, as we value the support and guidance they offer our new students. 

A full-time professional Resident Director lives in each building, and each of our residential areas offers a unique living environment

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 4 Creative Arts & Design 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 2

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