America’s Most Beautiful College Campuses

Courtesy of St. Olaf College, Marketing and Communications

Take a crash course in architecture at the country’s most beautiful college campuses.

St. Olaf College: Northfield, MN

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Norwegian-Americans opened St. Olaf in the late 19th-century amid wetlands, woods, and prairie grass—and the college prides itself on environmental stewardship. A wind turbine supplies up to a third of its energy, and LEED Platinum–certified Regents Hall has a plant-filled greenhouse that overlooks two of the campus’s earliest, loveliest landmarks: the Old Main and Steensland Hall, with its Greek Revival columns, porch, and dome.—Kate Appleton

America’s Most Beautiful College Campuses

St. Olaf College: Northfield, MN

Norwegian-Americans opened St. Olaf in the late 19th-century amid wetlands, woods, and prairie grass—and the college prides itself on environmental stewardship. A wind turbine supplies up to a third of its energy, and LEED Platinum–certified Regents Hall has a plant-filled greenhouse that overlooks two of the campus’s earliest, loveliest landmarks: the Old Main and Steensland Hall, with its Greek Revival columns, porch, and dome.—Kate Appleton

Courtesy of St. Olaf College, Marketing and Communications
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