Nebraska Hall

Southeast Community College - Milford

Nebraska Hall

Nebraska Hall, constructed in 1922, is the oldest structure on SCC’s Milford campus and initially operated as a hospital.  Over the years, the building has undergone several renovations and small additions on the west façade.  Most recently, the building served as a dormitory, so it has retained significance over time in particular among the many former students who resided there.  The renovation will honor the original design, incorporating similar neoclassical revival elements in the new addition and maintaining interior aesthetics evocative of its era.  Once completed, Nebraska Hall will be the new front door for the campus, housing administrative offices, academic services, and various student amenities such as study and collaboration spaces, computer lab, and a coffee shop.  The transformation ensures the preservation of the building's historic charm while repurposing it to meet the evolving needs of the campus.


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