Generous donations from the Wartburg community helped us raise $8 million for the transformation of Clinton Hall into the McCoy Living and Learning Center. It encompasses the renovated Clinton Hall and the addition, which contains new lounges, a classroom and a faculty apartment.
Ray ’65 and Judy Slade ’65 McCaskey saw the need for this project and helped push the fundraising to completion with a $1 million challenge grant last fall.
“I was a Clinton Hall resident for years and years,” Ray McCaskey ’65 said. “The need for improving living facilities was one of the clear unmet needs that we’ve been looking at on campus, especially some of the freshman dorms and that sort of thing.”
“It ties back to the students we have there on scholarship,” Judy McCaskey said. “We want them to make going to Wartburg a transformation in their lives. They deserve a nicer place to live than some of those older rooms, and it’s great to see we can be part of making their whole Wartburg experience a little better.”