Jesse Hall

Jesse Hall is the main administration building for the University of Missouri. Built in 1893 after Academic Hall burned to the ground, the building is one of the major symbols of the University. It is located at the south end of the David R. Francis Quadrangle, often called simply "The Quad." Jesse Auditorium, a popular entertainment venue for touring acts, is located at the east end of the hall.

Columbia, MO 65211

Place Type

Concert venues, Administration



Upcoming Events

The Constitutional Roots of American Global Leadership on Religious Freedom

Oklahoma University David Ross Boyd Professor of Political Science Allen Hertzke will give a February 22 talk on what has challenged and what might...

2/22 3:30pm
Shawnee Trail Regional Conference

A yearly gathering of scholars of American politics and constitutionalism, the Shawnee Trail Conference will be held on March 7-8 in Columbia and will...

How to Hide an Empire

Northwestern Associate Professor of History Daniel Immerwahr will be at the Kinder Institute on April 26 to give a talk on what happens to the narrative of...

4/26 3:30pm
The Time the Devil Beat Daniel Webster

Kinder Institute Postdoctoral Fellow Rodolfo Hernandez will present his research on the 1844 Supreme Court Case of Vidal v. Girard’s Executors, where Daniel...

5/3 3:30pm
Exploring the Pursuit of Happiness

To round out Spring 2019 programming, Kinder Institute and MU Law Associate Professor Carli Conklin will give a talk on her hot-off-the-press book, The...

5/9 3:30pm

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Celia MBoua

Celia MBoua left a positive review 3/22/2016

It was very eye opening.

Jesse Hall

Jesse Hall posted a photo 3/8/2013