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Michael Hall

Edward Michael Hall is one of four matching buildings surrounding Kimball Tower that collectively formed the initial step of the university towards being a residential college. Michael Hall is now home to student Health Services and Counseling Services, as well as the Pharmacy.

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At one time chair of the University Council's building and grounds committee, Edward Michael (1850-1951) served on the council for 50 years. He is credited with originating the idea to purchase the Main Street property for the university.

Historical research and photographs provided by University Archives.

Building Facts

Primary function: Service and Residential

Tenants: Student Health Services, Sub-Board 1 Pharmacy, Sub-Board 1 Laboratory, Counseling Services, Wellness Education Services

Architect: James, Meadows & Howard

Completion date: June, 1955

Gross square feet: 37,117

Construction cost: $163,000

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