Berry College is a Christian liberal arts university, which sets a more conservative tone for campus life and is one of the world's largest Campuses globally.
The Campus consists of more than 27,000 acres of land - including fields, forests, and Lavender Mountain - making it the largest contiguous college campus in the world.
Based near the city of Rome in northwestern Georgia, U.S.A, the state-of-the-art campus is rich with designated portions that are open to the public for hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities.
The University has a vast ecosystem of woodlands, meadows, and streams and is home to unique opportunities for research, entrepreneurship, hands-on learning and recreation.
Founded in 1902, Berry College has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,006 (fall 2020) with its suburban setting, and the campus size is 27,000 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Berry College's ranking in the 2022 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities South.
Its tuition and fees are $38,656.
According to U.S News, Berry College is one of the selective colleges when it comes to acceptance, which stood at a rate of 77% and an early acceptance rate of 91.2%.
Half the applicants admitted to Berry College have an SAT score between 1065 and 1240 or an ACT score of 23 and 29. However, one-quarter of admitted applicants achieved scores above these ranges and one-quarter scored below these ranges. The application deadline at Berry College is always May 1.