Location & Contact
UWC-USA is located at the edge of the Pecos Wilderness in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. The area enjoys an average of 300 sunny days a year, and, while it snows in the winter, the climate is generally mild.
The 200-acre campus is anchored by the famous Montezuma Castle. Built in 1881 as a luxury hotel and completely refurbished in 2001, the Castle includes dorm rooms, classrooms, offices, and the Dining Hall.
Other facilities include:
Six dormitories, named after the world’s highest peaks. Each dorm houses 25-40 students.
The Old Stone Hotel, built in 1878. It is now used for classrooms, the library, and administrative offices.
The Edith Lansing Field House, a sports complex that includes indoor basketball courts, squash courts, a dance studio, a weight room, and cardio equipment.
The Kluge Arts Center, which includes an auditorium, art studios, and music studios.
The Dwan Light Sanctuary, a spectacular circular building featuring 24 large prisms in the apses and ceiling that spread rainbows throughout the space.