The campus is very aesthetically pleasing. There is greenery everywhere, and when the flowers bloom, it's truly gorgeous. The beauty is simply breathtaking. The buildings are also quite pleasing to the eye. All buildings on campus use the same brick color, no matter how old the buildings are, to create a sense of unity with the design of the campus. The architecture is also consistent across campus, and everything appears to fit together just right. Campus is very well managed. The greenery is kept in order and maintained on a regular basis; sidewalks are cleared and salted when it snows; leaves are blown into piles in the fall; and the grass is mowed routinely. If something breaks down, it is fixed as soon as possible.
The library is large and spacious, and there are four floors of books, music, and other such research materials. There are plenty of computers, and there are open rooms to hold classes or meetings. The library is very adequate for student needs. There aren't many new facilities, but Millikin buildings always appear state-of-the-art. Millikin might make small updates here and there, but the major renovations will happen as soon as enough money is raised with the "Transform MU" campaign. The student center works for the time being, but there are renovation plans as soon as enough money is raised. The athletic center seems to be very up-to-date, but there are plans to renovate it, as well. Overall, there is almost always something going on somewhere on campus, so it is not hard to find something to do. It is just a matter of looking around. Millikin is a very active campus.