The architectural features of each building, from Gothic to mid-century modern, serve as a testament to Muhlenberg’s unique identity.

Thanks to the architects, planners, fundraisers and construction crews, each building has been endowed with a rich beginning and an even richer, storied history that has served well our students, alumni, faculty and administration.

Muhlenberg’s archives hold the records of these historical campus buildings, and students in Documentary Research have mined these resources to find the stories of the buildings and their inhabitants, creating documentaries that illuminate the places where generations have lived, worked, and learned.

Dining Commons
(Walson Hall)

Berks Hall
(East Hall)

Administration Building
(Ettinger Hall)

Gabriel House
(Wescoe School)

Haas Library
(Haas College Center)

Science Building No. 1
(Trumbower  Hall)

West Hall
(Brown Hall)