IHS seminars take place on university campuses throughout the United States, providing pleasant locations to discuss the ideas of liberty. Participants stay in university housing and dine in the campus cafeteria. Nearby attractions can be seen during free time on Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Loyola Chicago is situated at the edge of Lake Michigan in the scenic Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. The campus has a metro stop, so downtown Chicago is just a short “L” ride away. Sample the Windy City’s culture, food, scenery, history, and more. (Map)
Chapman University is located in Old Towne Orange, an Orange County community dating to the late 1800s. The university campus is located a mere half hour drive from Los Angeles. (Map)
Bryn Mawr College is a picturesque campus located in a quiet suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Beautiful stone buildings surround a spacious quad and downtown Bryn Mawr is a short walk away. Take a commuter train an hour away to visit Revolutionary-era sights, such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell in downtown Philadelphia. (Map)
Wake Forest University is located in beautiful Winston-Salem, NC, about a one hour’s drive from a major airport. The campus features stunning quads and nature trails. You’re sure to love the cafeteria’s food. (Map)