Education doesn’t end at the classroom doors — at MUWCI, our students are always learning from one another, even outside of formal learning spaces.
The campus was designed by award-winning architect Christopher Benninger with the aim of creating social spaces where students can informally interact with one another and with faculty. Our community is diverse, and these informal interactions help our students strengthen relationships and learn, at a personal level, about cultures different from them.
In addition to the larger MUWCI community, we also have micro-communities in place that give students multiple avenues to participate in campus and community life. These micro-communities serve as forums where every student has a voice that is heard and participates in shaping the community they live in.