• Baylor named one of the nation’s most beautiful college campuses by two major outlets

    Pat Neff Hall lit green at dusk, with the Sadie Jo Black Gardens in the foreground

    I know Baylor has a beautiful campus. You know Baylor has an incredible campus. But it’s always fun when others recognize the allure of Baylor’s campus, as well.

    This spring, two notable sources — Architectural Digest and U.S. News — each included Baylor on their lists of the nation’s most beautiful college campuses.

    Both publications specifically applauded the unified look of Baylor’s campus — the Georgian-style buildings and red brick that one finds all across campus. U.S. News also noted the “relaxing” feel of Baylor’s outdoor spaces, and the intricate details found both outside and inside many buildings.

    It’s easy to take this part of the Baylor experience for granted — the daily walks across beautiful campus grounds, among classic architecture and more modern styles, with greenery everywhere you look. Outside recognition like this helps remind us that what we have here is, indeed, truly special.

    Sic ’em, Baylor campus!

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