Rhodes College, located in Memphis, TN is a private 4-year college that was established in 1848 as Masonic University of Tennessee. In 1850, the school was renamed Stewart College in honor of its (then) president; in 1875 it changed its name to Southwestern Presbyterian University. In 1925, the school moved to its current home in Memphis and in 1984 was renamed Rhodes College in honor former college president, Peyton Nalle Rhodes. The 100 acre campus is noted for its traditional stone gothic architecture – 13 of the campus buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the school was the setting for at least one Hollywood film. The school sits almost directly across the street from the Memphis Zoo. Among the alumni of Rhodes College are many government and military achievers.