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Recently constructed buildings on West Campus include the Western Heights dormitory and the Chemistry Building, which replaces aging Mc Cracken Hall. A large entertainment venue seating nearly 3500 people, it is Michigan's fourth largest auditorium.
Miller Auditorium hosts events ranging from popular musicals and concerts to graduation commencements and film screenings.
The first building, then known as the Administration Building, and now known as East Hall, was constructed in 1904. The school was renamed several times throughout its early history, beginning with Western State Teachers College in 1927, Michigan College of Education in 1941, and Western Michigan College in 1955. Mennen Williams signed a bill into law that made Western Michigan College the state's fourth public university and gave the school its current name of Western Michigan University.
As of December 2013, both West Hall and the Speech and Hearing building that were on East Campus had been demolished.Additionally the College of Aviation has a fleet of Piper PA-44 Seminole, one Cirrus SR-22, one Piper PA-18 Super Cub, and one American Champion Decathlon used for flight training. The project's cost was around million, 95% of the money coming from the government. In August 2017, Western Michigan University opened a satellite campus in Punta Gorda, Florida near the Punta Gorda Airport with additional facilities being located on the airfield.Plans to build a new building on the north side of the airport to consolidate the aviation classes at the airport are in the works.Western Michigan University (WMU) is a public research university in Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States.The university was established in 1903 by Dwight B.
It contains many of the university's historical buildings including, East Hall, West Hall, North Hall, Walwood Hall, Spindler Hall, Vandercook Hall, and The Little Theater.