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

Routinized Elections in the Early Republic

MU Professor of Political Science Jay Dow will discuss the driving forces behind the transition that occurred during the first party era from “deferential”...

2/23 3:30pm
Reagan Revisited

The Kinder Institute’s March 5 workshop will feature discussion of a chapter from University of Texas Clements Center for National Security Executive...

3/5 2pm
Religion and the Postwar Politics of Immigration Reform

The Kinder Institute will host Binghamton University Associate Professor of History Wendy Wall on campus on March 9 for a workshop discussion of her recent...

3/9 3:30pm
The American Empire

Making an April 9 stop in Columbia on his scholarly world tour, University of Cambridge Emeritus Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History A. G. Hopkins will...

4/9 3:30pm
Democracy: America's Other Peculiar Institution

CUNY-Graduate Center Professor of History and 2017-18 Kinder Institute Distinguished Research Fellow Andrew W. Robertson will provide an April 27 overview of...

4/27 3:30pm

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Jesse Hall

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