Hyles-Anderson College is located in rural Lake County of Northwest Indiana. The 107-acre campus includes wooded hills overlooking a 4-acre lake, a spacious 3,000 seat gymnasium, a modern 1,500 seat DeCoster Dining Hall facility, the 1,800 seat Wendell Evans Auditorium, and a main building complex attached to the dormitories by lighted and heated hallways.
The beautiful front entrance of the college is accented by Founders’ Park; and Roloff Park, an open-air courtyard, is situated in a central location for all students to enjoy on a daily basis. A wonderful college atmosphere is provided by the beauty of the Hyles-Anderson campus.
Hyles-Anderson College is located in a suburban area, yet it is only 30 minutes from the First Baptist Church of Hammond and less than a one-hour drive from downtown Chicago. Easily accessible within a short distance from the campus are two libraries, several malls and shopping areas, and a multitude of restaurants and eateries.