A gateway to the vibrant life of the Knox campus and beyond -- that is the vision President Teresa Amott has for Alumni Hall.
Housing three primary offices and many of Knox's signature academic programs, as well as classroom and meeting spaces, a transformed Alumni Hall will make visible the intellectual and creative energy that is seen on the Knox campus every day. It will also open up areas throughout campus to better meet the academic needs of the Knox community.
Eighteen months after introducing this new vision for Alumni Hall, $11 million has been rasied to transform the interior of the building. The Knox Board of Trustees will set a timetable for renovations at its June board meeting. Gifts are still needed for contemporary technology and furnishings within the building.
"With your help, we will bring this historic, beautiful building out of the past and into the vibrant life of 21st-century Knox College," said President Amott. "I have confidence that the alumni of this institution -- 16,000 strong -- will come together to help restore the building that bears their name."
To make a gift for the final phase of Alumni Hall, contact Beverly Holmes, vice president for advancement, or make your gift now.