A “park-like” setting, Tennessee Wesleyan’s main campus is made up of more than 20 buildings on 40 acres, including a lush landscape of mature trees and beautiful 1800’s architecture. The size of campus allows students to move easily between classes, administrative offices and services, athletic events and college activities.
Over the last five years, construction and renovation projects have provided the campus with an official entrance to the college, additional parking spaces, renovated dining facilities, state-of-the-art business and art facilities and a new apartment-style residence hall. While each building is unique and provides modern capabilities, these updates to the more than 155-year-old campus are architecturally consistent with the buildings that served the college’s first students.
The TWC residence halls offer students the opportunity to enrich their college experience. Residents of Fowler and Keith Halls live with members of their class in suite-style rooms. The college's newest residence hall, Wesley Commons, was constructed in 2006 and provides students with all the comforts of home in an apartment-style format. The Nocatula Apartments also provide residents with apartment-style living on campus.
The Tennessee Wesleyan College and Fort Sanders School of Nursing, in addition to an evening business program, is housed at the college’s satellite campus in Knoxville. The Knoxville campus is located on Cogdill Road, just off of Pellissippi Parkway. Its facilities provide students with the latest technology and spacious classrooms.
Nursing students participate in clinical experiences in Knoxville and the surrounding area, including the facilities of Covenant Health, one of East Tennessee’s largest and most comprehensive integrated health care delivery systems that includes Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.