Doane College recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of its fourth campus in Omaha on January 10th.  Attended by Mayor Jean Stothert and Greater Omaha Chamber President and CEO David Brown, the ribbon-cutting ceremony was a milestone in a strategic plan announced by the college last July, aimed at expanding Doane’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies into the Omaha metro area.  The new Omaha campus corresponds with Doane’s student-centered philosophy and ability to serve working adults.  The building just off 144th and F Street has been carefully fashioned into an inviting space with a warm vibe where students can learn and thrive, complete with the latest technology, Apple computer lab, individual work and study spaces and a dedicated student advisor. The first day of classes was January 15th.

Doane College is the first private liberal arts and sciences college in Nebraska. Doane has campuses in Crete, Lincoln, Grand Island and Omaha., U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review also consistently rank Doane among the top colleges and universities in the Midwest. Recently, The Chronicle named Doane as “A Great College to Work For.”  For more information about Doane College, please contact Lucas Fahrer at (402) 826-6709, or visit