Keese Hall

 

The Information Technology Building opened in Winter of 2004 and was renamed Keese Hall in honor of retired president Earl Keese. This 33,232 square foot structure houses the information technology programs. In addition, the College has created a Workforce and Economic Development Center within the new building to help stimulate workforce development and entrepreneurial activity in the region through consolidation of regional workforce and economic development entities administered by the College. Consolidation of these services brought the Small Business Development Center to the campus, and enables new and existing small business owners a one-stop approach to training, counseling and financial services within Workforce and Economic Development. In 2014, the Keese Hall Multipurpose Center was opened. This important expansion for campus and community use will seat 300-400 people, with access to high quality breakout spaces in the existing Keese Hall.

 

 Keese Hall Floor 1
Keese Hall Floor 2

Lab Hours

Main Lab - 120 (pdf)

Lab/Classroom 220 (pdf)

Lab/Classroom 228 (pdf)

Additional Resources