Westminster College encompasses 86 acres and is one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States. The Wallace H. Coulter Science Center, an award winning state of the art academic building includes 80,000 square feet of high tech teaching space, individualized research facilities and personalized learning areas. The building underwent a $40 million renovation and addition in 2003. The Mueller Leadership Hall, Westminster's new $8 million dining facility, opened in the summer of 2007. Far beyond the traditional cafeteria, Mueller Leadership Hall offers a wide selection of entrees at themed stations.
Westminster is the home of the Winston Churchill Memorial & Library in the United States. The Memorial was founded in 1969 to honor the life and legacy of one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century. It is housed within the Church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, a 12th century church from the middle of London, redesigned by Sir Christopher Wren in 1677, and relocated to Fulton. The undercroft of this beautiful and historic church is a museum filled with priceless treasury of artifacts and information relating to the life and times of Sir Winston Churchill. Having just completed a $4million renovation, the Memorial is a central tourist and scholarly destination.
Fulton, nestled near the Mark Twain National Forest, is a friendly community over 13,000 people. A charming, cobble-stoned downtown offers shopping and dining. Residents and students alike enjoy the nearby Lake of the Ozarks with its opportunities for boating, swimming, fishing and other recreational activities.
Located seven miles from Interstate 70, Fulton is a short 100-mile drive from St. Louis and is 150 miles from Kansas City, Missouri. Jefferson City, Missouri's capital is 20 miles south of the campus, and Columbia is 25 miles west of the campus.