More Honors for University of Cincinnati's Architecture           

‚ÄčUniversity of Cincinnati's Vontz CenterTop Colleges Online believes that architecturally interesting college campuses play a significant part in creating a quality learning environment and successful learning experience.  Interestingly, students who love their campuses report greater overall satisfaction with their college experience.

The University of Cincinnati was again recognized for its focus on bringing internationally known architects to the table when designing new buildings.  Frank Gehry's building, the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies was noted at #38 on their list.  If you see the building on Martin Luther King that looks like it is almost ready to explode, you've seen it.  It is known for its curved lines, skewed windows, and tilted angles.  Did you know it cost $46 million to construct?University of Cincinnati's Steger Student Life Center

Coming in at #35 on their top 50 is the Steger Student Life Center.  This building was designed by Moore Ruble Yudell and houses many student organizations on campus.  In real life, you'll know you are there if you enter the gray battleship that pulled onto campus.  The building was named for Joseph Steger, President of the University while the architecturally significant buildings were coming online.

Ranked #30 is Michael Graves' Engineering Research Center.  Graves is also an alum of the University so his work has special significance.  The building was designed to resemble a four-cylinder engine.