Oak Bowl

A view from the football field showing stadium seating and skyboxes.

An aerial view of the Oak Bowl football stadium.
The Oak Bowl was originally dug in the early 1900s by students and staff. Renovations of the historic Oak Bowl were completed in 2014. That work included a renovation to the stadium, press box, concourse area, concession stand, restrooms and pedestrian access. As one of the largest outdoor facilities in southeast Nebraska, the lighted, turfed field is used for the College’s football program, active intramural program and a variety of other academic and co-curricular activities such as band competitions, camps and high school football play-offs.