Google Street View Lets Virtual Visitors Tour More College Campuses

By Todd R. Weiss  |  Posted 2014-08-22

The Google Street View image collection of hundreds of college and university campuses across the United States and around the world is again growing to help prospective students and their parents learn about the schools they are considering for higher education. The Street View collection recently added the campuses of another 36 colleges and universities to its colorful and detailed collections of photographic panoramas that bring intriguing places to the computers and mobile devices of virtual visitors. Among the latest schools to be included are the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Johns Hopkins University, Kent State University, the University of Mississippi, Georgetown University, Brown University, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Boise State University and the University of Miami. To find the campus Street View tours, virtual visitors can go to Google Maps and do a search for a school. You can then click on the yellow Google "Pegman" icon to enter the Street View imagery for a featured school. Here's a sampling of the latest schools to be added to the Street View collection.


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