The new Learning Center, formerly the Jung-Kellogg Library, is aimed at empowering the 21st-century student to engage in innovative learning. The Learning Center includes collaborative workstations, ideation labs equipped with state-of-the-art technology, a state-of-the-art pitch room complete with video conferencing capabilities, and the MBU Makerspace, an area designed to encourage creativity and teamwork. The recently-aligned Office of Alumni Engagement and Career Development is also housed in the Learning Center, emphasizing the University’s priority to prepare students for a life of service and success upon graduation.
What started out as a tradition turned into a full-fledged coffeehouse at the center of MBU’s main campus. Founded in 2007, the Perk is a full-service, on-campus coffee house on the southern edge of campus. The staple of campus life during the school day, we offer an inviting atmosphere for the MBU campus to come together over quality beverages. The Perk serves organic, fair-trade coffee from St. Louis-based Chauvin Coffee, as well as speciality teas. You can keep up with our events on Facebook and Instagram.
Living on campus is one of the most exciting parts of the college experience. MBU believes in building a community of students. That’s why we offer a variety of living options on-campus: modern residence halls, apartments and a hybrid of both.
Spartan Village Housing is located in the center of MBU’s campus. The newly constructed living spaces include: Spartan Village Row, Spartan Village Apartments and Spartan Village South.
The Quad is home to many special events that happen each year. The grassy area is located at the heart of MBU’s campus. The open space serves as a place for students to gather and hangout.
The Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine Art Center is home to the Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall, Mabee Great Hall, Pillsbury Chapel, Art Gallery, rotunda and classrooms.
The Thomas and Virginia Field Academic Hall serves as place for students to dine, learn and meet with staff. The Dining Hall is located on the main floor with classroom above.
The Administration Building houses the financial aid department, admissions department, science labs and classrooms.
The Human Performance Lab is an area located in the Muncy building. This area serves as a learning center for health science students. Below the lab is the Muncy gym. This is an area where students and athletes are encouraged to practice, warm up and workout. The Muncy Gym hosts Perk the event each year.
The 47,000 square-foot Carl and Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex includes a 1,000-seat gymnasium, a suspended indoor track, locker rooms, a concession area in Spartan Hall, a fully-equipped fitness center, classrooms, offices for faculty and coaching staff, and facilities for the Health and Sports Sciences division.
The University broke ground for the facility in September 2014 in conjunction with the MBU’s 50th anniversary and during the inaugural football season. Located on the campus’ west side, the new facility features an artificial turf field with a football complex, which houses coaches’ offices and locker rooms.
MBU’s School of Nursing is located in the Walker Medical Building, which neighbors MBU’s main campus. The 8,000-plus square feet space was transformed into an innovative learning space, which includes a simulation lab, technology-equipped training classrooms and community meeting areas.