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Wellesley College is a private women's liberal arts college located west of Boston in the town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States.
The 720-acre (2.9 km) site's glaciated topography, a series of meadows, and native plant communities shaped the original layout of the campus, resulting in a campus architecture that is integrated into its landscape.
The most recent master plan for Wellesley College was completed in 1998 by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.
A group of residence halls, known as the Tower Court complex, are located on top of the hill where the old College Hall once stood.
Its charter was signed on March 17, 1870, by Massachusetts Governor William Claflin.
A Babson or Olin One Card is required to board buses.
Times denote both pick-up and drop-off at each location.
The exterior walls are pierced by stained glass windows.
Window designers include Tiffany; John La Farge; Reynolds, Francis & Rohnstock; and Jeffrey Gibson.