At Midwestern University, we recognize that how and where you learn is as important as what you learn. Our campus and clinical environments provide you with the resources and atmosphere most conducive to maximizing your graduate healthcare education.
Our Downers Grove, Illinois Campus, with 105 acres boasting innovative facilities, is nestled serenely in a wooded setting 25 miles west of downtown Chicago.
Our Glendale, Arizona Campus, a 156-acre location that includes state-of-the-art facilities in a peaceful setting, is just 15 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix.
Each campus offers up-to-date classrooms, labs, and simulation areas specifically designed to help you not only learn the healthcare principles you need for your career, but also begin to put them into practice. Our well-apportioned spaces give you a pleasant environment in which to study and live while you pursue your future career.
Midwestern University’s community clinics are at once state-of-the-art medical facilities and the perfect training ground for tomorrow’s healthcare teams. Each clinic offers primary care, specialty care, therapy centers, and research areas dedicated to providing caring and compassionate healthcare services.
Advanced Midwestern University students in their third and fourth years have the opportunity to engage with real patients under faculty supervision, putting their rigorous didactic training into practice in actual caregiver scenarios. Clinical experience is a critical element of being “day one ready” after graduation.