Grawn Hall, the oldest building on the Central Michigan University campus, turns 100 July 8.
Since it opened July 8, 1915, Grawn Hall has endured two fires and undergone several additions and renovations — prospering through it all. Early on, the building housed the university's science programs but it would eventually become the home of the College of Business Administration.
Heading into the future, Grawn Hall will receive its largest upgrade yet. A $10.8 million project including the renovation of 16,200 square feet of existing space and a two-story, 6,600-square-foot addition, will breathe new life into this iconic CMU building. As the university continues to evolve with new students and developing technologies, Grawn Hall will likely continue to follow suit to keep up with an ever-changing world.
Read more about Grawn Hall's evolution and where it is headed.
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