This prestigious Midwestern college has not had a prominent chapel since the 1930s. The presidentâ€™s vision is for a house of God which can also accommodate the whole student body for college events.
The exterior responds to historic Central Hall (symbol of the College) and is placed on axis with it. The circular portico references great buildings in the Anglo-American tradition.
Inside, the vaulted coffered ceiling is supported by limestone Doric columns in the nave that also support gallery seating. The focus is on the raised chancel, decorated with carved relief panels, a Corinthian high altar, and an Ionic Serliana window above.