With more than two dozen Rhodes Scholars among its alumni, The University of the South, known as Sewanee, is ranked among America's top private liberal arts colleges. Along with churning out brilliant graduates, Sewanee is also home to a seminary of the Episcopal Church and a School of Letters -- a summer Master's Degree program in English and creative writing. Sewanee offers more than 35 majors including computer science, psychology, mathematics, theology, and history. It also holds the copyrights to Tennessee Williams' body of work, which was left to the school by the playwright. Sewanee traces its roots back to 1857 when Episcopal leaders from 10 southern states met to discuss the formation of the school.