The University of Idaho is a public, 4-year school located in Moscow, ID along the Washington State border. The University was founded as a land-grant university in 1889 by the territorial legislature. The 1585 acre campus, set in the northern part of the state, features an iconic Administration Building with a clock tower in collegiate gothic architectural style. There is a blend of architectural styles throughout the campus consisting of over 250 buildings. Also on campus is “Hello Walk,” a tree-lined pathway along landmarks, statues and traditions. The spacious campus features much open space and a professional golf course. Nearby St Joe National Forest is a National Park noted for hiking, camping and general outdoor activity.