The University of Cincinnati is commonly called UC and was founded in 1819. With more than 44,000 students, it is the second largest university in Ohio. The campus features vast green spaces and amenities to add convenience and relaxation to student life.
There are many reasons to visit this incredible university, with the architectural value of the campus infrastructure being the most significant. The designs of the buildings mostly feature gothic, stone, and art-deco architecture. For the last ten years, the campus incorporated a design program that involves using only signature architects.
Many architects and campus planners regard the University of Cincinnati as being one of the most beautiful in the world. The most significant buildings to see when visiting the campus include:
– The Tangeman University Center that Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects designed
– The Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, designed by Frank Gehr
– The Engineering Research Center that was designed by Michael Graves to look like a 4-cylinder engine
The University of Cincinnati campus is a 10-mile drive from Best Western Premier Mariemont Inn. If you are a prospective student, take some time to check out their organized campus tours and large group visits that take place throughout the year.