Kulhavi Hall

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Kulhavi Hall
210​ W. Broomfield
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

The hall was named after John Kulhavi, senior vice president for Merrill Lynch in Farmington Hills, who joined the CMU Board of Trustees in 2002. Since his graduation from CMU in 1965, he has remained involved with the university, serving as a member of the development board and the business advisory committee for the College of Business Administration. A brigadier general in the U.S. Army Reserves, Kulhavi remains involved with the university’s Army ROTC program and has received numerous decorations and service medals in the service of his country.

The new air conditioned buildings consist of four person, single bedroom, two bathroom suites.

Each bedroom contains moveable furniture, including a bed that may be lofted, a wardrobe, a dresser, a student desk and chair. Cable and telephone hook-up is also available in each bedroom.

The shared living room contains a small sink. This area contains no university furniture, so students may make that area their collective, personalized space. There is a 30% additional room charge for all students residing in the three new Towers buildings.

All rooms are smoke-free.

The New Towers also boast classroom space, a fitness center, convenience store, study lounges, multimedia rooms, laundry rooms and a Student Success Center. Accessible accommodations are available.