Florida Southern College, College of the Atlantic, and Illinois Institute of Technology, are named in the list of top ten beautiful college campuses in the U.S. They all create a natural environment for their students to study and research, as well as have a number of signature structures.
Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida
One of the most impressive structures by famous architecture Frank Lloyd Wright at the Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida is the geometric Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. Situated in a town between Orlando and Tampa, home to 38 lakes, the college was designed to be a beacon of light.
The college has the most beautiful campus in the U.S.
College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine
The college is not only beautiful but also earth-friendly because all the paper used here is recycled 100% and the paint on the residence wall gets low-VOC (Volatile organic compounds)
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois
Unlike classical campus architecture with quadrangles, brick or limestone buildings, and sweeping lawns, the institute was inspired by the look of warehouses and built based on industrial materials such as steel and glass.
The institute’s campus is one of the 200 most significant architectures in the U.S.
Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
The university provides its students an ideal atmosphere for relax and study thanks to Asia-inspired gardens, a sparkling lake and an environmentally sustainable show home called the Place of Peace. It is also famous for its signature Bell Tower and some very fine examples of Georgian architecture.
You will have a beautiful spot for your study at the university
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
The university not only is famous for its high academic reputation, but also offers snow-capped mountain views, beautiful landscapes and cool atmosphere
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
The college is best known for the Scott Arboretum, an arboretum with more than 4,000 kinds of ornamental plants, labeled with scientific and common names, and grouped in collections for ready comparison
Scripps College, Claremont, California
Established in the 1920s, the Scripps College typically features Stucco walls, wrought-iron gates, archways, fountains, and a cloister garden. It is also home to many almond, orange, sycamore and liquidambar trees
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Designed by architect David Neuman, the University of Virginia is a World Heritage Site, featuring brick buildings, dignified in scale and married by the surrounding lawns and gardens
Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee
Inspired by an English Gothic village, the Rhodes College has a 100-acre campus in Memphis, Tennessee with an oak line running from the school's North Parkway to Palmer Hall
Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington
The college offers its students a natural environment for research and study with an over 1000 acres of undeveloped land along Puget Sound's waterfront and a salmon-safe organic farm
Florida Southern College Campus