In this place, students from all walks of life come together in excitement about their futures. They become immersed in their surroundings and embrace the legacy and the possibility that comes with it.
Learning in an Oasis
The benefit of learning in such a location is simple and direct: students gain important habits for life when the challenge is high, the routine is clear, and accountability is required.
Behind the "Corn Silk Curtain"
Just beyond the rolling prairies and woodlands of our campus, lies the vibrant town of Culver, Indiana and the surrounding Lake Maxinkuckee community.
Within walking distance, the town of Culver exemplifies peaceful living at a slow pace which is why it attracts many summer tourists looking for a relaxing, lakefront getaway.
Students are able to walk to town to sample some of the best cuisine in the Midwest, shop the boutiques, or enjoy beachside recreation.
This majestic centerpiece is the second largest natural lake in Indiana, a beautiful and busy wonder that unites Culver residents and visitors alike. From boating to fishing to water sports and more, there is always something to do at the lake’s shores.
Named for an Indian word that is loosely translated to “clear water,” Lake Maxinkuckee was first settled by the Potawatomi tribe. They, like founder H. H. Culver, were drawn to the land and its serene, rejuvenating qualities.
Today, Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee sit at an industrial hub near the crossroads of U.S. Route 30 and 31, connecting the community to South Bend, Indianapolis, Chicago and beyond.