Stanford University is truly one-of-a-kind. Its sprawling 8,180-acre campus is nestled in the renowned San Francisco Bay in Palo Alto.
What do the Pyramids of Giza, the Acropolis, and the University of Virginia have in common.
There’s no denying the beauty of California’s coastal campuses. No campus, however, has views quite like Pepperdine University.
Berry College may not be a household name, but one look at its campus is enough to put it on the map.
Kenyon College is a hidden gem in the heartland of America. This stunning 1,000-acre campus is located 45 miles from Ohio’s state capital.
Duke University could be listed twice on this list. That’s because it encompasses two campuses.
The University of Notre Dame campus has it all – renowned landmarks, towering Gothic buildings, and a beautiful change of seasons.
History buffs love Dartmouth College. That’s because the Ivy League research university was established before the American Revolution in 1769.
Indiana University is home to the “Hoosiers.” While the definition of a Hoosier isn’t clear, what is clear is the beauty of this southern Indiana campus.