Wilson Building

Originally constructed in 1976, the Wilson Building was named for the late M. Brack Wilson Sr., the first chair and a member of the College’s Board of Trustees. As the first main building on the campus, the Wilson Building has experienced two renovations and a major addition since 2005. Now with 64,000-square-feet, the Wilson Building is the largest structure on the campus and is readily visible with the large, four-faced street clock and flag poles near the main entrance. The first floor of the two-story building houses many administrative services, student and public-use functions, and administrative offices, along with the cosmetology program. The second floor houses faculty offices, classrooms, business education programs, and computer labs.