General Palmer donates 100 acres for the site of a sanatorium, along with $50,000 of the $200,000 needed to complete the project.
Construction on Cragmor Sanatorium begins.
Cragmor opened its doors to its first patient.
Main Building opened (now “Main Hall”).
UCCS began conducting classes downtown on North Nevada, the “Colorado Springs Extension Center” in a former Colorado College fraternity house.
South Hall opened at the Cragmor Sanatorium (later demolished in 1980), it served as a nurses’ dorm.
Moved administrator’s office from a Palmer High School broom closet to a former School District 11.
Cragmor Manor (now Cragmor Hall) opened as a combination nursing home and senior citizen facility.
Leased portions of 2 buildings at Colorado College, the former fraternity house and a former residence hall, “Jackson House”.
George T. Dwire offered a solution to the university’s space problem with the purchase of Cragmor Sanatorium and over 80 acres for $1 a year. There were 3 major buildings (Main Hall, Cragmor Manor, and the South Hall), 4 residence cottages, a storage house, large garage.
The Extension Center moved to Cragmor, tuition was $13 per credit hour.