Midland Breaks Ground on Miller Hall

Midland Breaks Ground on Miller Hall

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

In the midst of celebrating its century-long history in Fremont this year, Midland University also celebrated a step into the future with a groundbreaking ceremony on April 2nd.

After announcing its plans back in November, Midland officially broke ground on the new Miller Hall residence hall—which will replace the campus’ Men’s Memorial Hall—during the ceremony.

“We honor our past today, but at the same time we look boldly to our future and our vision to be relentlessly relevant. We believe that is how small colleges—like Midland—will survive and we are absolutely committed to staying relevant in today’s society,” Midland President Jody Horner told the crowd of community members at the groundbreaking ceremony. “That vision extends not only to our academic programs but to our living and learning spaces as well. This is what the new Miller Hall represents—a bold vision for our university’s future.”

See the video and photos from the groundbreaking celebration here.

Read more in this story from the Fremont Tribune and stay up to date with the daily progress of the demoltion and construction, courtesy of Lund-Ross Contractors here