Hillsdale College is a liberal arts College in Hillsdale, MI. It was the first American College to prohibit discrimination based on race, sex, or religion. »
Constructed in 1920, taking three years and $2.5 million to build, The Durant served as Flint’s most prestigious hotel from 1920-1973 while the city thrived as an automotive boomtown throughout the early 20th century. »
Mary Mayo Hall was built in 1931 and is the oldest dormitory on campus that is still used for its original purpose. It was one of the first of six once all-female dorms in the West Circle. »
Cook Hall was built in 1889, functioning as the first agricultural laboratory at the Michigan Agricultural College. This historic piece of the campus was named after Albert John Cook, a professor who taught for over 25 years at MSU.