The 2017 ranking, which assessed campus architecture and property as well as location and environment, was published by LendEDU, a marketplace for student loans and refinance.
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Muhlenberg College's 82-acre main campus contains residential, athletic, study, social, performance and laboratory spaces, including significant architectural works such as Egner Memorial Chapel to the Baker Center for the Arts & Trexler Pavilion. Prominently displayed on the front lawn of campus, the sculpture "Victor's Lament" by abstract expressionist Mark di Suvero has become a familiar site to members of the Muhlenberg community and the greater Lehigh Valley.
As a testament to the traditional Lutheran sign of welcome, most of campus is adorned with Muhlenberg's famous red doors, always open to visitors and friends alike.
In addition to the Allentown campus, Muhlenberg has 40 acres at the Raker Wildlife Sanctuary, used by students for biological study, and 64 acres at Graver Arboretum, which serves as a research area and a place of relaxation for the visiting public.