Nazareth Hall

Built between 1921 and 1923, the four-story Nazareth Hall was designed as a preparatory seminary for boys and men ages 14–21. Nazareth Hall Preparatory Seminary educated students from 1923 to 1970.

Today the impressive main building on the campus of University of Northwestern is still known as Nazareth Hall. It functions as the primary academic and administrative building. In the Twin Cities community, Nazareth Hall is most known for the spectacular Nazareth Chapel, a popular wedding venue.

For more information on Nazareth Hall, read the article “Designing the dream of Nazareth Hall” by Dr. Mark Baden. Details about the building are discussed in two segments: Exterior and Interior.