Oaks Along the Missouri and CATS Building

This is an aerial view of the center of our quad, showing the Library in the background.

This is a photo of the front of the CATS building.

This shows the oak tree and oak leaf detail found on brick areas on the CATS building.
While the quad has evolved since the College’s founding in 1867, the historic nature of the quad remains. Beautiful brick buildings line the greens used by generations of college students. The first building to the south is the CATS (Center for Achievement and Transition Services) building. The colorful façade on the front of this building is named Oaks Along the Missouri.
This ceramic façade by Bruce Howdle features reliefs of a bobcat, oak leaves and the nearby Missouri River.