- Picturesque, arboretum-like campus of 160 acres, famous for its
red-brick streets and pathways
- 72 buildings; two antebellum structures, King House (1823) and
Reynolds Hall (1851)
- The campus includes eight residence halls.
- The central part of campus is a National Historic District.
- Campus was designed by the Olmsted Brothers, who also designed Central
Park in New York City and the Biltmore House grounds in North