This building was constructed in 1918 when General Manuel M. Diéguez was governor of Jalisco. The situation of the State of Jalisco changed with a liberal government and they thought that it was necessary to cultivate not only the land but also the mind of the authorities that were in charge of guiding the people. It was founded the way it looks now on October 12, 1925 being governor of the state José Guadalupe Zuno. The building has the form of a cross with middle point arches. On the upper part and all around the building there are balaustrades in French renaissance style. Next to the Rectory there are other offices and the "Deans Gallery". Right now it is a Museum of the Arts, founded in 1995, and it has 5 large rooms. Inside the main room you can find two murals of José Clemente Orozco, The "Hombre Pentafásico" and "The Country and its False Leaders" (El Pueblo y sus Falsos Líderes).