Suffice it to say, MBU’s new 106-bed residential complex isn’t your parent’s dormitory. The
innovative 106-bed complex, called Spartan Row, features “pod” style living—complete with full
kitchens and living rooms—where 16 students live in community with one another. The urban style
design of the building, with unique, airy suite layouts and 3D TVs, may be indicative of a
larger refrain at this University—one where students come to expect the unexpected.
Our Christ-centered mission prepares students for a purposeful life all at a progressive,
modern university. It’s a deliberate, strategic effort and touches nearly every area of our campus
—from the designs of walkways and landscaping to the quality of food offered on our campus.
Speaking of which, students returned to campus to MBU this fall to a new, expansive
dining hall, also. It includes a food court that features a range of food, from a stir-fry grill to a
gourmet pizzeria station. Menus are now communicated electronically throughout the dining hall
and include all of the offerings’ nutritional information. It’s a little thing, really. But we believe
those little things make a big difference!