The beautiful college campus in every state

University of Delaware
The lawn in front of Memorial Hall—an elegant building that commemorates the Delawareans 

University of Colorado Boulder
It’s hard to match the stunning natural scenery of the University of Colorado Boulder, located at the base of the Rocky Mountains.

Florida State University
The Collegiate Gothic architecture and the fountain of Westcott Plaza, the main entrance to Florida State University, make a great first impression of this attractive campus.

University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas’s own Old Main is one of 15 buildings that make up the campus’s nationally registered historic district. 

Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, was founded in 1701, but some of its most impressive buildings were constructed in the nineteenth century.

The University of Alaska Fairbanks’ motto is Naturally Inspiring, fitting for a campus with a view of the Alaska Range, lots of golden aspen trees, and the striking Museum of the North.

Auburn University
Established in 1856, Alabama’s Auburn University is home to several stately buildings including Samford Hall, beloved by students for its bright red bricks and beautiful clock tower.

The University of Arizona campus in Tucson has several distinctive buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Old Main.

Stanford University
 the campus of Stanford University is famous for its tan walls, red roofs, manicured quads, and the 285-foot Hoover Tower.

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