The search for the college of your dreams is time consuming, tough and sometimes unsuccessful. But, what if we told you that you didn't have to look anymore? What if we told you that we had in fact found the college of all colleges... the college of your wildest dreams.
Let's put it this way, if Walt Disney had thought to expand his empire to include higher education, it would probably look and feel a lot like this school.
The facilities are modern, the perks are endless and the campus is breathtaking. In fact some $700 million has been used to refurbish the campus over the years. All in all, it really is magical. Need proof? Well, you don't need to look any farther than Instagram to find it:
The grounds are pristine.
The college of your wildest dreams that you probably had never heard of until now is High Point University. Located in High Point, North Carolina (the home furnishings capital of the world), this school really is unbelievable. But is it really right for everyone? Sure, the school's perks and amenities can been seen as over the top advertising antics, but the president contends that they prepare students for a lifetime of success.
Swimming pools and hot tubs abound.
There's a free movie theatre…showing first-run features and offering complimentary snacks.
For more active entertainment, there's an arcade (no coins required!), a putting green and a sports bar.
There's even an ice cream truck (yep - free too).
Looking for more substantial fare? There's an on-campus steak house.
Do these kids ever study? Well, if they do, HPU does what it can to ease the stress with massages, snacks and puppies.
When students finally make it to the library, they can cozy up with their textbooks in front of a crackling fire.
They don't ignore the holidays, either.
Ready to visit? Schedule a tour and they’ll have a personalized parking spot waiting for you.
If you're awarded a scholarship, you'll be notified in the most delicious way (with a golden box of Godiva).
Still not buying it? It is supposed to be college not a vacation after all, right? Well, we want to know what you think. Would you apply to this college or is it all too much? Tell us in the comments below!