Originally constructed in 1976, the Wilson Building was named for 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, 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, and computer labs.
Particular rooms and spaces within the Wilson Building include:
Behind the Wilson Building are two modular units that house the Middle College, including principal, counselor, office support, and workspaces that can be accessed via Lakeside Drive.
The Wilson Building (C) is located near the middle or center of campus between the Elsee Building and Tart Building. Parking is available in front of the building off College Road in Lot 1.