The improvements happening on our campus today will advance CMU’s educational environment, the success of our students and their ability to lead and impact the world around them for decades to come.
Shaping the future of STEM
Biosciences Building — with an active learning classroom, 106 lab benches and 47 specialty lab rooms — meets the need for nearly 7,000 students who take biology courses each year.
Room to grow for future CEOs
$10.8 million renovation of Grawn Hall will include a 6,600-square-foot, two-story addition on the west side of the building, with a new main entry and multifunctional space for lectures, events and group study.
Expanding to meet statewide health care needs
State legislators allocated $19.5 million in June for a
Center for Integrated Health Studies that will further expand health care expertise and services across the state — especially in rural and medically underserved areas. The center will allow creation of new programs and expansion of those such as physical therapy, physician assistant, audiology and speech-language pathology that have been at capacity for more than a decade.