SEMINARY HALL AT NSU

The original Cherokee Female Seminary in Park Hill, the first higher learning institution for women west of the Mississippi, burned in 1887. Shortly after the fire, Seminary Hall was reconstructed in Tahlequah in 1889.

The seminary continued until the State of Oklahoma purchased the building in 1909. Today, Seminary Hall remains the signature building on the Northeastern State University campus.
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Hours
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
Wheelchair Accessible
Great for All Ages
Allow Up to 45 Minutes
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