110 miles west of Louisville KY is a bend in the Ohio River. It is here, in Evansville, IN that the University of Evansville is located. Originally founded in 1854 in Moores Hill, IN as Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute, in Moores Hill, IN, it was renamed to the University of Evansville and moved to Evansville in 1919. The 100 acre campus features traditional collegiate Gothic architecture with modern styled buildings mixed in. The campus also has much green space and many trees; the academic campus is focused around the Sesquicentennial Oval on the southern side of the site. This private, 4-year school, affiliated with the United Methodist Church, maintains a satellite campus in Grantham, England called Harlaxton College.