Our four guest bedrooms are upstairs (no elevator), each with one queen or double bed and a private bath. A parlor and small kitchen are available on the main floor for guest use.
NNU Alumni, Students, and Nazarene pastors on the NW Region may make reservations up to 6 months in advance.
Parents of current NNU students and friends of NNU are also welcome, on a space available basis. Non-alumni guests may make reservations no more than 4 months in advance.
Cancellation Policy - If you wish to cancel your reservation, please do so 1 week prior to arrival date to avoid cancellation penalties.
We are sorry, but the Alumni House does not have facilities to accommodate small children and we have a firm no pets policy. Here is a list of other local area lodging.
Wiley Alumni House History
This place has special meaning for all alumni. The house was built in 1922 for NNC's first president, H. Orton Wiley. Funds were provided by Dean Olive Winchester when the house was deeded to NNC. Since that time, the house has seen many occupants including students in the Home Economics Department, Nursing students, and cadets. The Alumni House is the oldest building in its original form left on campus and sits at the corner of Dewey and Ivy streets.
The Alumni House underwent extensive restoration in 1983 and is now listed on the National Historic Registry.