Northeastern State University
Northeastern State University holds the title as the oldest higher institution for learning in Oklahoma history, and its original campus in Tahlequah showcases a rich history with ties to Cherokee Nation.
The NSU Seminary Hall, located on the Northeastern State University Tahlequah campus, was originally the Cherokee National Female Seminary. Founded over 130 years ago in 1846, this building has held generations of students.
After its original location in Park Hill was destroyed by a fire, the current Seminary Hall was rebuilt in Tahlequah in 1889 and features the original brick and concrete posts from Park Hill's original Seminary building. From Cherokee women to the diverse classes at NSU today, this historical building holds years of educational and cultural history within its brick walls.
The University Center at Northeastern State University offers a variety of services as well as meeting spaces. The University Center showcases a 9,600-square-foot Ballroom, making it the perfect spot to host weddings, reunions, banquets, and Corporate meetings.
The University Center also offer 14 breakout rooms of various sizes, plus an Auditorium that will seat up to 387 and several rooms in which you can broadcast to another location via ITV.
Northeastern State University Tahlequah campus is proud to be the "greenest" campus in Oklahoma, featuring hundreds of varieties of greenery with beautiful sunny and shaded spaces for students to relax all across campus. NSU also houses campuses in Broken Arrow and Muskogee, so students from all over Green Country can experience Northeastern State's wonderful faculty.
Whether you're a student, historian, or looking for an enjoyable family outing, Northeastern State University in Tahlequah features education, dining, and fun to meet any of your needs.