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Hulley Tower Rendering

Hulley Tower Reconstruction

This alumni-led, grassroots movement to reconstruct Hulley Tower began on a mountain in Innsbruck, Austria. A group of Stetson faculty and students were on a European mini-semester business seminar in January 1979 when an avalanche took the lives of students Scotty Fenlon, Dennis Long and Katy Resnik.

Now 45 years later, Stetson alumni are working with Stetson University on a campaign to breathe new life into Hulley Tower, as a memorial for those lost as well as a symbol of the “Soul of Stetson,” and a space to gather as a community. Hulley Tower will be historically reconstructed to its original 116-foot height with a new, true 52-bell carillon (Phase I, estimated $7.1 million campaign). Phase II will include landscaping and gathering spaces (costs TBD).

Thank you for making a gift today to support Hulley Tower. Please be assured that your gift in this grassroots alumni effort will go toward the reconstruction of this historic landmark.

If you are interested in making a leadership gift toward a naming opportunity, please contact Amy Gipson at [email protected].