The campus is beautiful, always green, and the people are friendly and welcoming to everyone.
My school is small, but its strength lies in the opportunties and relationships it has to offer.
Our campus essentially sells itself in beauty. It is VERY green, boasting many tall, coniferous trees, and several open quads separate the buildings. All of the buildings are of a matching, red brick, tudor style. The newest buildings maintain this tudor style while incorporating more contemporary elements, such as a lot of glass. For example, the Oppenheimer Cafe is an entirely glass structure. The campus's beauty tends to leave an indelible mark on those students who visit it.
I would have to say it's somewhat Hogwarts-esque with all of the tudor-style brick buildings, in which style even the newest buildings are constructed. We have one of the most beautiful campuses I've ever seen and I'm stunned each day at the general upkeep. You are able to see Mt.Rainier in the distance from several of the residence and academic halls which is quite a sight. Some paths on campus weave through small groves of trees, fitting with our location in the pacific northwest. The new commencement walk ties the whole campus together stretching from Collins Memorial Library all the way to Baker Stadium across campus where sports games and commencement is held.
UPS is home to its students, and after just a couple weeks of summer vacation, you will want nothing more than to go back and see your friends who will have become family.
Campus is absolutely beautiful! Everything is so green with the brick buildings! In the fall all the colors are absolutely one of a kind and its even better when the sun is out!
The University of Puget Sound offers its students a pristine, but small, campus, and a thorough education focused on the liberal arts.
The University of Puget Sound is a small, extremely accepting liberal arts college that offers a wide variety of options to students both in and out of the classroom.
University of Puget Sound is a small, liberal arts college in Washington about 45 minutes below Seattle with a high respect for the arts, the environment, sexual diversity, world knowledge, world-friendly products, and coffee.
Small school with challenging classes and interesting kids.
The University of Puget Sound is a small, liberal college with a student body full of hard-working, opinionated, and driven students.
Small, liberal arts college, good education at a high price in a medium sized town.
This school is small but welcoming, very openminded and somewhat diverse, with mostly laid back people.
Close-knit and academically challenging but not uptight with great opportunities
The school is a lot of fun, full of all sorts of people who are academically driven and who are willing to try different things and meet a lot of new people.
UPS is a great university that has given me the confidence to do things that I never thought I would do, including applying for the Peace Corps. UPS has made me a better student and a better person.
UPS creates for a green, friendly, personal education.
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