University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
Cost : US $$ 184.9 Million
The main university campus spans 1,017 acres (4.1 km2), including the 408 acre (1.7 km2) University of Guelph Arboretum and a 30 acre (0.1 km2) research park.
The campus, which mixes old-fashioned brick buildings with mid-century Brutalism, as well as more contemporary stone structures, is generally regarded as scenic and architecturally diverse. It is well-populated with trees, including those which line the main walkways, many of which are paved with red brick. The campus includes an arboretum with an impressive collection of trees.
Another highly visible landmark is Johnston Hall, constructed in 1931. The Johnston Clock tower overlooks Winegard Walk and is visible from much of the campus. The building also overlooks Johnston Green, a popular location for recreational sporting activities and outdoor concerts.