Top 10 Fall College Campuses
Fall is the best time to start your college visits. Start with these beautiful campuses.
By Kathryn Knight
October 05, 2012
There’s a saying that if you visit a campus in the fall, you’re sure to “fall for it.” While that may be true, the chance that you might sell your soul to a school too early shouldn’t keep you from visiting college campuses. In fact, the fall semester is the best time to visit, whether you’re a junior or senior in high school. Get in the mood for fall and the college search by visiting one of Fastweb’s top ten fall college campuses this month.
Kenyon College. Photo Courtesy of kenyon.edu.
5. Kenyon College—Gambier, Ohio
Kenyon College may be one of the lesser known schools on the list; but what it lacks in popularity, it makes up for in beauty. The school, comprised of 1,600 students is located in Gambier, Ohio—just 45 miles from Columbus. Students are able to peruse the 1,000 acre campus, which includes a 380-acre nature preserve that rivals the deep, rich tones of the Northeast in the fall season. Within the nature preserve, students can experience the great outdoors through bird watching, garden walks and flora and fauna exploration.