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Vanderbilt University, Nashville

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TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful campus. It was actually quite some time ago. March 2016 was the latest it would let me choose. There was a fun bookstore we were able to buy our kids some Vandy hats.  more »
  • Always travel a yearly road trip from Jax FL. Nice place to stop by small towns like Valdosta. Always go by Atlanta and Chattanooga! Might try Ruby Falls next! The mountain views are nice. Nashville i...  more »
  • Great spot for walking and taking in the college culture. Beautiful campus and lots of beautiful spots to relax, take in some historical architecture.  more »
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  • Why would you send your child to a university that is anti-science to become an idiot? This place is trash.
  • Great University with beautiful campus, especially in fall or spring, when all the trees are in bloom. In general it seems to me that there is an above average willingness to work together and to share projects and credits. Of course I cannot be sure that that's true for all departments but it seems so for many of them.
  • I loved visiting the campus. It was beautiful and was in the heart of the city. Everything was walkable distance. The campus was huge and it remained updated to its full potential.
  • Beautiful and highly-walkable campus with some incredible architecture and a lot of smiling young faces. I walked around with my dog and saw several other dog walkers. Really pretty at night. Definitely check out Kirkland Hall, which I believe is the oldest building on the campus.
  • BRU, THIS PLACE IS FREAKIN AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!