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 Lost Constitution”

For the Kinder Institute’s annual James E. Fleming & Linda C. McClain Constitution Day Lecture, Stanford Assistant Professor Jonathan Gienapp will give a...

9/20 3:30pm
“Poverty to Prison Pipeline”

University of Kansas Assistant Professor of Law & Society Brandon R. Davis will present his research on the relationship between school discipline and...

9/27 3:30pm
“The Development of American Electoral Democracy, 1789-1824”

MU Professor of Political Science Jay Dow will explore elections to the U.S. House of Representatives in the nation’s early years as a way of tracing the...

10/11 3:30pm
“Is Capitalism Sustainable?”

Duke Professor of Economics Michael Munger will give a talk on his recent book, Tomorrow 3.0, which examines surging interest in the sharing economy in...

10/15 5pm
“Bad Bicentennial: Reflections on the Panic of 1819”

For its 200th anniversary, Providence College Professor of History Sharon Ann Murphy will examine the effects of the Panic of 1819, which rippled throughout...

10/18 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