Take a Tour of Midwestern University
While on campus, meet with a faculty/staff member or current student to find out from people who chose Midwestern University to learn why it is one of the best self-investments you can make!
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Get to Know Downers Grove.
Our beautiful, Downers Grove Campus sits on a 105-acres and feels just like home. With several housing options, clubs, activities, and organizations, Midwestern University will help you create your own community. All of our student-centered services are there to support you whenever you need them. In our cutting-edge classrooms and laboratories, as well as our recreational facilities, lush green spaces, and wooded areas on campus, you'll find an outstanding environment to live and learn.
Nearby in the Chicago metro area, you'll find everything from major league sports, fine arts, concert venues and fine dining to nature preserves, hiking, biking, camping, and quiet spots where you'll enjoy taking a break to keep your life in balance.
Get to Know Glendale.
Our vibrant, 143-acre Glendale Campus rose from the desert to become an oasis where leading-edge facilities and top-notch regional practitioners collaborate for your success. You'll find state-of-the-art technology in our practice labs, lecture halls, and classrooms, as well as a comprehensive library and outpatient clinics. On-campus apartment housing, clubs, activities, and organizations help you create your own community, and our student-centered services are there to support you when you need them, in an outstanding environment to live and learn.
The Phoenix metro area offers everything from major league sports, fine arts, and fine dining to nature preserves, hiking, camping, and quiet spots where you'll enjoy taking a break to keep your life in balance. Plus, you are only a few hours' drive from beaches, mountains, skiing, and the Grand Canyon.
Feel Safe & Secure.
No matter the location, rest assured each Midwestern University campus has a 24/7, staffed security access gate that requires an ID badge to open. ID badges are also needed to access most buildings and facilities in order to monitor campus activity. This provides students with peace of mind which allows them to focus more of their attention on academic goals and campus life.