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Monsters University Goes Viral With an Official College Website

October 8, 2012


Disney•Pixar's Monsters University has launched a impressively comprehensive viral website dedicated to the upcoming film's institute for higher learning. You can visit it at MonstersUniversity.com/edu to read about the school's history, campus life and how to enroll yourself or another prospective scare-er for the upcoming semester.

The film, hitting theaters on June 21, 2013, is a prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc. and tells the story behind Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and James P. Sullivan (John Goodman), unlocking the door to how they overcame their differences and became the best of friends.

There's a note on the ID Cards page that says that, "Beginning this fall, students in need of ID cards will need to complete a request form in person at the Campus Safety Patrol office." It's a distinct possiblity that we will see that Safety Patrol Office manifested at the upcoming New York Comic Con.

Also of particular interest is the faculty page which offers a tease at some of the teachers we'll likely be seeing on the big screen next summer.

Click on the campus map below to check out the full site:



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