Académie Le Tour (French pronunciation /akademi lə tuʁ/) is a sub-neighborhood that appears in as a The Sims 2: University college. It is the only college that does not start with fraternities or sororities. Players often pair this college with Veronaville.
Mitch Indie, Max Flexor Mitch and Max met the first day of school and struck up a friendship. What will they discover now that they've moved out of the dorms and are on their own?
Delilah O'Feefe Delilah enjoys the peace and quiet that living alone offers and moved into her own house as soon as she was able. Who wants to deal with the drama of "roommates"?
Roxie Sharpe, Edwin Sharpe, Jonah Powers Nothing is worse than having a dorky brother, except maybe having a dorky brother live with you at school! Can Roxie and Edwin create some house rules and get along, or will Roxie have to choose between her boyfriend and her brother to keep the peace?
Marla Biggs Quiet and unassuming, Marla finds it easy to get lost in the background. Will living in the dorms help her break out of her shell?
Phineaus Furley, Ellen Frost, Chaz Whippler How did three of the most colorful characters on campus end up in the same dormitory? The luck of the draw, perhaps, but it almost guarantees an interesting school year.
Emily Lee, Tom Freshe While both of these students are quite serious about their studies, will it be possible for them to excel at having fun, too?
These townies have their names randomized when the sub-neighborhood is created. Their names are only referenced in the game files.
Although Veronaville is the ideal neighborhood for Académie Le Tour, there is no connection to Shakespeare other than the Globe Amphitheater, nor is there a connection to the Capps or the Montys.
This college was also used in IGN's Tutorial for University.
There is a residential lot in
Champs Les Sims called Le Tour Tower, suggesting some connection between the French town and the university. Académie Le Tour's street names all relate to food.