Indiana Wesleyan-Lewis A. Jackson Library

The mission of the Jackson Library is to draw students into an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth, and leadership development.

The $11 million facility includes the latest computer technology. Over 20 miles of cables crisscross through the library’s floors, giving students data throughout the library. For those students with wireless laptop PCs, the building allows them to log on over the airwaves.

This state-of-the-art, 79,000 square foot library’s many features not only provide students with modern conveniences, its unique construction also adds to the beauty of IWU’s growing campus. Features such as its 160-foot glass dome ceiling, and 200-foot x 25-foot arced exterior glass wall have earned the Lewis A. Jackson Library a design achievement award.

Project Highlights:

Location: Marion, Indiana
Architect: Design Collaborative
Engineer: Design Collaborative
Total Project Cost: $11.8 million
Total Square Feet: 79,000