A view of Moody Bible Institute's plaza with the clocktower in the background

Visit Us

Our Chicago campus is in the heart of downtown and is a perfect representation of who we are as an organization. Moody exists in the middle of culture, speaking from God's Word about issues that matter. We're not separated from culture by physical distance, we are right in the middle of what is happening in Chicago and the world, so that the world can hear the Word.

Moody has been in Chicago for more than 125 years and our campus has been through many changes during that time. But Moody is not just limited to Chicago. With campuses in Spokane, Wash., and Plymouth, Mich. (Detroit area), and radio stations spread across the country, chances are that you can find an expression of Moody near you.

We'd love to have you come and visit our Chicago campus to experience it for yourself. Use the links below to get a taste of what you'll find when you visit Moody.

The Alumni Student Center of Moody Bible Institute's Chicago campus in spring


The Moody Bible Institute campus sits in heart of the River North neighborhood of Chicago.

Campus Tours
A man in a red shirt works on a small plane in a hangar.


The Moody Aviation campus is located in Spokane, Washington.

Experience Aviation
A brick building with a gray roof on Moody Theological Seminary's Michigan campus


The Moody Theological Seminary has a second campus in Plymouth, Michigan.

Book a Visit Request
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Radio Stations

Moody Radio has 69 stations all across the US.

Explore Stations


To gain a perspective on our historic past and to capture a vision for how our current ministries are taking the truth of God's Word across the globe, cultures and generations, consider touring our campus. 

Campus Tours

Tours are offered on an as needed basis. Please email eventcoordinator@moody.edu to schedule a tour of our camps.

Beginning in the D.L. Moody Museum, located on the first floor of Smith Hall, guests will view an eight-minute historical video on the life of Moody's founder, Dwight Lyman Moody. The video is followed by a 45 minute walking tour of the campus. Stops on the tour include:

  • Smith Hall, one of the oldest buildings remaining on campus
  • Torrey-Gray Auditorium, named after two early Moody presidents, James Gray and R. A. Torrey, which seats more than 1,800 people and is where students attend chapel
  • The Sweeting Center, named in honor of Moody's sixth president, Dr. George Sweeting, the primary building for classrooms and faculty offices
  • Chapman Center, current home to Moody Publishers and Moody Radio Chicago—WMBI, the first non-commercial radio station in the United States

Prospective Student Tours

If you are considering becoming a student at Moody Bible Institute or Moody Theological Seminary, the Admissions department offers special prospective campus visits.

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