Hope College – Martha Miller Center
Scale49,000 square feet
Hope College’s new Martha Miller Center for Global Communication is a multi-cultural center that provides a new gateway to the existing campus. The building contains large, open spaces for formal and informal gatherings, and is intended to serve as a “home away from home” for students attending Hope from diverse cultures. The facility is intended to provide a centralized location for the Communication Department including radio and television stations with editing suites, and a newspaper production facility. It also serves as a classroom facility for instruction of communications, foreign language, and international studies. New faculty offices, four classrooms, a 90-person auditorium, language and computer labs are provided.
Create a new gateway to the existing campus and provide space for the Communication Department, International Studies and Multi-Cultural Affairs.
This is now the most popular building for students to gather on campus and study. The new facility features enhanced studio and academic teaching space, including classroom, seminar, lecture, as well as conference space and departmental and faculty offices.