Nestled on the side of South Mountain in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Lehigh University has one of the most charming and welcoming campuses in the country. To give you a preview, here are 10 special Lehigh places you just have to check out.
Linderman Library, the largest library at Lehigh, is a blend of beautiful 1878 architectural charm and modern comforts and conveniences.
Linderman's Lucy's Café is a great place to grab a coffee, catch up with a friend, or brainstorm with fellow students on an innovative group project.
STEPS is a "green" facility and home to science, technology, environment, policy and society at Lehigh. It also houses student laboratories, including biology and chemistry labs.
STEPS' lawn hosts movie night, T-shirt tie-dye for Lehigh's Society of Women Engineers, and student Frisbee games.
The University Center is the "hub" of Lehigh's Campus and home to some of the most popular eateries.
The UC has restaurant options to satisfy any craving, including Ikigaii for sushi, Salsa Rico for Baja-style Mexican, Flame for burgers and fries, and the Mein Bowl for authentic Asian.
A popular meeting spot for studying and socializing, Campus Square is a tree-lined courtyard with local music, restaurants, outdoor dining, the Lehigh Bookstore and the Bethlehem Farmers' Market.
Constantly buzzing with activity, Campus Square is the perfect place to sit outside and study or enjoy lunch on a beautiful sunny day.
For their first two years on campus, Lehigh students call residence halls home. Lehigh dorms have the reputation of being inviting, comfortable and fun places to live.
Nervous about your first college roommate? Lehigh has an excellent track record when it comes to pairing students with their perfect living companions.
The best fuel for productive studying is great food. Dining Services offers flexible meal plans and tasty, nutritious menu items, as well as the mobile and convenient Fud Truk.
Students rave about "chicken finger Fridays" and the weekend omelet bar in Rathbone Dining Hall.
Exercise and de-stress at Taylor Gym, where you can find squash and racquetball, swimming, rock climbing, yoga, Pilates, kettlebells and more.
The most popular workouts for female students at Lehigh: running and elliptical running; The most popular workouts for male students at Lehigh: running and weight training.
On the other side of South Mountain, Goodman Stadium hosts the oldest football rivalry in the nation.
Lehigh's first athletic director, Bosey Reiter, popularized the overhead spiral pass.
Mountaintop campus, home to Iacocca Hall and much of Lehigh research, represents the partnership between private industry and the University.
Within the quiet walls of Iacocca Hall, many researchers are hard at work on important innovations in biological science, civil engineering, chemical engineering and education.
If you love the arts, you'll spend lots of time at Zoellner Arts Center, home to the Music Department, Department of Theatre, Art Galleries and Guest Artist Series.
Recent performers at Zoellner: Kristin Chenoweth, The New York Philharmonic, Tony Bennett and Natalie Cole.
The final stop on your virtual tour is the very first stop on your tour when you visit Lehigh University - the gothic, ivy-covered Alumni Memorial Building, which is home to the Office of Admissions. See all the exciting things Lehigh has to offer in person by planning your visit to campus today!