Here we offer some humble suggestions for the most amazing university campuses and buildings in the country, and also help answer some other commonly asked questions about U.S. University campuses on the internet.
What are the largest college campuses in America?
There are many large college campuses in America. But, according to lawnstarter.com, here are some of the biggest in the country: -
Pennsylvania State University.
Michigan State University.
Texas A&M University.
Which Ivy League school has the best campus?
Ivy League universities have earned their positions over the years, but some of them have, hands down, some of the best campuses in the world. This is, of course, something of a personal choice, but according to sites like Businessinsider.com, here are the creme de la creme: -
Brown University — Providence, Rhode Island.
Dartmouth College — Hanover, New Hampshire.
Columbia University — New York, New York.
Cornell University — Ithaca, New York.
University of Pennsylvania — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Princeton University — Princeton, New Jersey.
- Yale University - New Haven, Connecticut
- Harvard University - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Which university is the most beautiful?
We have already mentioned some of the most beautiful university campuses in the United States but there are some others that regularly top the charts. According to sites like timeshighereducation.com, here are the top 10 most beautiful universities in the U.S.:-
Berry College, Georgia.
University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado.
Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania.
Stanford University, California.
The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, Hawaii.
Cornell University, New York.
University of Notre Dame, Indiana.
Princeton University, New Jersey.
- Furman University, South Carolina
- The University of Virginia, Virginia
What are the 10 largest universities in the United States?
This depends on your meaning of "largest" university, but one useful metric to use is to rank them by enrollment. According to sites like Wikipedia.org, the following universities are the largest by enrollment in the U.S. according to most recent figures.
|1||University of Central Florida||Orlando, Florida||66,183|
|2||Texas A&M University||College Station, Texas||64,583|
|3||The Ohio State University||Columbus, Ohio||59,837|
|4||Florida International University||Miami, Florida||56,851|
|5||University of Florida||Gainesville, Florida||52,669|
|6||University of Minnesota||Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota||51,848|
|7||University of Texas at Austin||Austin, Texas||51,525|
|8||Arizona State University||Tempe, Arizona||51,164|
|9||Georgia State University||Atlanta, Georgia||51,000|
|10||University of South Florida||Tampa, Florida||50,577|
What are some of the most amazing college campuses?
We have already covered many amazing universities with fantastic campuses. But here are some other suggestions for colleges in the United States with awe-inspiring settings and buildings.
This list is far from exhaustive and is in no particular order.
1. Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington
Whitman College, founded in 1859, is one of America's most amazing campuses. It is a private art school but its campus looks like nothing else in the country.
Most of the buildings have a suburban look and setting to them. The campus' tallest building, Whitman Memorial Building, was added to the National Historical Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Many of the accommodation buildings look the same, if not similar, to most of the residential areas of Walla Walla. Each one is built in the American Victorian and Craftsman style of architecture.
The school itself currently offers around 48 majors and 33 minors and has a student-to-faculty ratio of 9:1. "Whitman was ranked tied for 41st in the nation in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report list of Best Liberal Arts Colleges." - Wikipedia.
2. The University of San Diego, San Diego, California
The University of San Diego in California is another of the U.S.'s most amazing campuses. Originally called the San Diego College For Women and San Diego University, it finally became the current institution we know today in the early 1970s.
This university is a private Roman Catholic research university and its founder believed that the key to educational success was beautiful surroundings.
Most of the buildings on campus are built in the Spanish Renaissance style set in the beachy landscape and palm tree-rich grounds of the university. Much of the campus also has unprecedented views of the nearby San Deigo Harbor, Coronado Islands, and the Pacific Ocean.
3. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton University in New Jersey is not only one of the most prestigious universities in the U.S. but it also has one of its most amazing campuses. It is one of the oldest in the country and was first established in 1746.
The campus is famous for its Collegiate Gothic architecture and its oldest building is the Nassau Hall. This used to be used by the New Jersey Legislature before becoming integrated into the university.
"There is a cannon that is buried in the ground south of Nassau Hall and the "Big Cannon" was left by British troops, then it was taken to New Brunswick, then it was placed within the town of Princeton, and then students moved it during the night and buried in its current location. There is even a "Little Cannon" on campus, which started the Rutgers-Princeton Cannon War." - thetravel.com.
4. The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana
The University of Notre Dame, or Notre Dame du Lac to give it its full name, in Indiana is yet another of America's most amazing campuses. This is another private Catholic research university and was first founded in 1842.
The university sits in a large campus that covers over 1,260 acres that include libraries, museums, and, of course, churches.
Notre Dame is not just popular with students, it is also something of a tourist attraction. Some of its most popular spots include the Golden Dome, its football stadium, The Basilica and the Word of Life mural, which is also called Touchdown Jesus.
The campus has a mixture of period-inspired architecture and is very green indeed. It is a pleasurable place to live and study.
5. Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Established by 17 business, religious and political leaders, Washington University is another of America's most amazing campuses. Founding members of the university include T.S. Eliot's grandfather, William Greenleaf Eliot, who was inspired to create it in fear of a lack of higher educational institutions at the time.
It is a private research university that was founded in 1853. Today it has students and faculty members from around the world.
This includes no less than 24 Nobel laureates.
"While the history and the success are both great, the look of the school is something to note, as well. The buildings and the lawns help make this university look even more appealing." - thetravel.com.