SSC 90th Anniversary: Breaking ground on the new campus

The Shawnee News-Star
The first building to be constructed on the current site of Seminole State College was an all-purpose classroom building later named Tanner Hall in honor of the first President, Elmer Tanner. Local officials pictured breaking ground on the new campus were (left to right): Trustee Emery Magruder, Trustee Clarence Clark, Seminole Mayor Waldo Lilly, Oklahoma Chancellor of Higher Education E.T. Dunlap, Seminole Junior College President Elmer Tanner, Trustee Dr. Hubert Callaway and SJC Student Government Association President Richard “Dickie” Dollar.
The construction of Tanner Hall was completed in the summer of 1971

The first building to be constructed on the current site of Seminole State College was an all-purpose classroom building later named Tanner Hall in honor of the first President, Elmer Tanner.

The construction of Tanner Hall was completed in the summer of 1971.

SSC is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.