Muhlenberg’s facilities, in short, are gorgeous. And the school’s recent renovations have only helped. Seegers Union has received its most recent upgrade and is currently all the rage. Most students go into Seegers every day to check mail, visit the bookstore, grab a bite, or speak with faculty at one of the many offices. The buildings along Academic Row alone have an interesting mixture of styles, varying from very modern (New Science Building) to very Gothic (Egner Memorial Chapel). As for study spaces, students enjoy spending time in Trexler Library, with its bright atmosphere and comfy couches; it only feels claustrophobic during midterms and finals. Also, Muhlenberg’s theatre, dance, and music students are very proud of the Baker Center for the Arts and the Trexler Pavilion. These two buildings house the school's top-notch stages. So, the time spent in rehearsals can be a bit more enjoyable in this beautiful space.
Most students have so much praise for Muhlenberg’s academic buildings. But many would agree that they equally enjoy spending their free time on the lawn when the weather is warm. The trees along Academic Row really enhance Muhlenberg’s scenery, and the simple landscaping throughout campus works nicely with the eclectic architecture. All in all, Muhlenberg continues to find ways of expanding and improving upon its facilities. There will always be new eye candy for students to ogle every year.