These 3 Texas universities among most prettiest campuses on Architectural Digest list

Texas has among the most lovely (*3*) within the U.S. The structure that went into constructing these universities has loads of historical past behind it. Architectural Digest did a rating of the 64 prettiest school campuses within the nation.

Here’s how Texas held up.

Architectural Digest’s most prettiest universities in Texas

  • No. 14 Baylor University: The college was named after the previous Texas governor who later grew to become president of the college.

  • No. 16 Rice University: The university was based in 1891 and endowed by Houston businessman William Marsh Rice. The Rice Institute (because it was then named) opened its doorways in 1912. It grew to become a college in 1960. In 1963 the primary area science division within the United States was established at Rice.

  • No. 25 Southern Methodist University: SMU was designed by the Chicago department of the architectural agency Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge. Robert Stewart Hyer (1860-1929), the primary President of SMU, selected Georgian structure after the Thomas Jefferson-designed structure of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Here’s a list of extra schools and universities on the list

  • University of Hawaii at Mānoa

  • St. John’s College Santa Fe

  • St. Olaf College 

  • Brown University

  • Mount Holyoke College

  • University of Vermont

  • Swarthmore College

  • Trinity College

  • United States Naval Academy

  • Lewis & Clark College

  • Belmont University

  • Sewanee: the University of the South 

  • Wake Forest University

  • College of the Holy Cross

  • Vanderbilt University

  • Furman University 

  • Indiana University Bloomington

  • Washington University in St. Louis

  • Northwestern University

  • University of Mississippi 

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • University of Washington

  • Columbia University

  • Salve Regina University 

  • University of Pennsylvania

  • University of Missouri

  • Rhodes College

  • University of California, Berkeley 

  • Cornell University

  • University of Notre Dame

  • University of Chicago

  • Vassar College

  • University of Colorado Boulder

  • Duke University

  • Georgetown University

  • Harvard University

  • University of Virginia

  • University of California, Los Angeles

  • Dartmouth College 

  • William & Mary 

  • Flagler College 

  • Colgate University

  • Kenyon College

  • Stanford University

  • Berry College

  • Princeton University

  • Yale University

  • Florida Southern College

  • Pratt Institute

  • University of San Diego

  • Bard College 

  • Carnegie Mellon University

  • University of California, Santa Cruz

  • University of Richmond

  • Williams College

  • Wellesley College

  • Howard University

  • Johns Hopkins University

  • Bryn Mawr

  • Spelman College

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This article initially appeared on Austin American-Statesman: 3 Texas universities among most prettiest on Architectural Digest list

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