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Washington and Lee University, Lexington

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  • This campus sits in the center of town, is adjacent to many other important and interesting points of interest and is easily accessible. Beautiful walking trails, completely safe. Amazing architecture...  more »
  • My son and I really liked the university. The facilities and grounds were very impressive, as were the students and faculty. A great small school.  more »
  • We did visit any of the acedemic facilities to witness the education but drove through and around this lovely campus...Been in Lexington since 1740?? Worth a drive through for just viewing the campus ...  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful places in America. Superb educational experience, friendly people.
  • Graduated 1979. Daughter class 2018. Excellent education and experience for both of us. You really get to know your professors well.
  • My brother is a W&L alum. I stopped in Lexington to try to purchase him some Washington and Lee gear for Christmas. I was surprised to find out the the only place to buy W&L clothing is on campus in the Student Union Building.
  • My name is Patrick Hilton Poindexter II I'm a certified local who was raised on w&l soil at 5 yrs. Old . This university has a rich tradition and history do to the civil war ever since the late 1940's we have the finests facilities that u can ever imagined. Our Professor's are the best educators that u can ever dreamed of having .
  • An excellent education. If you get accepted and your family income is under $70,000, you can attend at no cost, even books are free. Strong values.