Tuskegee University is preparing to begin renovations of the historic Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. The university has introduced a fundraising campaign to restore the facility at the heart of campus.
The 168,000-square-foot meeting space, auditorium, ballroom and hotel has served as the center of Tuskegee activities for decades. The facility is one of 12 worldwide and the only one located on a Historically Black College or University campus.
“This is quite an exciting time for Tuskegee University,” said Dr. Charlotte P. Morris, president of Tuskegee University. “With this campaign, the university is on its way to beginning the renovations of a facility steeped in history that will surely restore the excitement and a buzz of gathering at the heart of the campus. I look forward to alumni and friends returning to campus to enjoy events at this modernized location or within walking distance of Kellogg.”
Donors will have an opportunity to support the overall campaign or specific elements – like the conference center, Dorothy Hall, the hotel, the restaurant or exterior elements for parting and other elements.
“This modernization is an opportunity to provide our visitors with a world-class experience within the hallowed grounds of our historic campus,” Dr. Morris said. “We are thrilled to be one step closer to reopening a crowned jewel at Tuskegee University.”
Click here to view the Kellogg Fundraising Website.
Click here to make a Gift.
If you would like to find out how to pledge your support for the campaign, contact Destinnie Chappell at email@example.com or call the Office of Institutional Advancement at 334-727-8607 or 334-727-8550.
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