Campus Life

Living on Campus

Muskingum University is a true residential community, where more than 90 percent of students live on campus or in the village of New Concord.

Living on Campus

Muskingum University is a true residential community, where more than 90 percent of students live on campus or in the village of New Concord.

Muskingum University is a true residential community, where more than 90 percent of students live on campus or in the village of New Concord.

Residence Life

Regardless of where you live, you’ll find residential life at Muskingum is more than just a place to live. All of our facilities provide the chance to belong to a community within the larger campus.Learn More

Dining on Campus

Students may dine at the university dining hall by using Residential Dining Memberships and Muskie Bucks which can be purchased through ARAMARK. Dining Dollars can be used at the Winn Café located in the Walter K. Chess Center, in the Bait Shop and Patton Dining Hall.Learn More

New Concord & Beyond

The village of New Concord offers several boutique retailers and food options just steps from campus. Nearby Zanesville is home to art galleries, fine dining, beautiful parks, and many outdoor attractions. The Wilds, a one of a kind non-profit safari park and conservation center offers zipline tours, horseback riding, fishing and more.Learn More

Diverstiy Access and Inclusion

The Office of Diversity, Access, and Inclusion (DAI) works to promote and support the intellectual understanding and appreciation of inclusive excellence by creating opportunities for learning and leadership development for the Muskingum campus community. The office works closely with students, faculty, and staff to foster a campus-wide culture of inclusivity and a sense of belonging. Muskingum University realizes the importance of a rich and diverse student experience and the Office of Diversity, Access, and Inclusion is here to assist in the transition, retention, and graduation of our underrepresented student populations. Learn More

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