Our Might is evolving campus by creating flexible spaces that reflect the changing needs of a 21st-century education. Our campus transformation will encourage, rather than constrain, innovation and will seamlessly integrate academics and community life.
The new library in Masters Hall strikes a contemporary balance between analog and digital learning, preparing students for college research and success beyond. Individual and collaborative workspaces offer areas for quiet study as well as group work.
Also in Masters Hall, garden-level renovations feature an inviting student lounge, an updated suite for the Office of the Dean of Students, and a modern newsroom for Tower, our award-winning school newspaper.
In 2018 and 2019, the girls’ and boys’ dormitories both received updates to the bathrooms and common spaces.
As the new home of our signature Innovation, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship Program, the IEC’s dedicated and flexible spaces will support collaborative and interdisciplinary work and will be home to courses in entrepreneurship, engineering, product design, app creation, and computer science.
Renovations to the theater will transform it into a state-of-the-art performance venue for our renowned arts program that will be large enough to serve as the primary gathering space for the entire student body.
Students in our premier music program will enjoy modern, bright, airy, and acoustically sound classrooms and practice spaces to elevate their talents.
Extensive investments have already been made in Masters' facilities
A new building reflecting Masters' commitment to innovation
Class, rehearsal and performing spaces that match the inspiration and creative expression of our talented students
“The new lnnovation and Entrepreneurship Center will give Masters students the opportunity to gain in-depth, hands-on experience and to develop invaluable critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. This will be the launching pad for a lifetime of success-no matter what major or career they choose.”