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Transform Toller for the next generation.
More than 1,900 students have called Toller Hall home over the past 50 years. The building — with its secret walls and iconic halls — is the standing symbol for thousands of untold stories.
Largely untouched since its original build, Toller is ready for its next chapter. Be a part of it, by helping us transform Toller Hall for the next generation!
The new plans to renovate Toller Hall involve:
- Refinishing all rooms, with a modern look and feel
- Modernizing the floor lounges and lobby
- Renovating the restrooms
- Installing energy efficient upgrades
- Adding new furniture.
We need your support.
Our goal is to raise $1.1 million toward renovations to Toller Hall, and we invite you to make a gift to help support this project. Naming opportunities are available, including sponsorship of your old room, the lounge, or your entire floor! Pledges of up to three years are an option.
The bonds of brotherhood created in Toller Hall were formed in the moments best left undocumented; back when everyone was old enough to know better — but too young to care. If we’re honest with ourselves, these moments are the ones that stand out most in our minds today! Are we missing a photo? Send us one of your own, and we'll add it to the slideshow!
We're here to help. Call (712) 279-5300 or contact the Office of University Relations online.
Everyone has a Toller story. What's yours?
If the walls of Toller Hall could talk … let’s just say we’re lucky Facebook didn’t exist 40 or 50 years ago, right?
Who proudly represented the Honkers, the Boars, the Dead Fish, the Falcons, the Sailors or the Medics? Who found the hidden spaces in the walls to stow away party supplies — or secret guests? Who recalls dragging that hog to its final resting place for a bonfire roast?