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

Squatters, Statesmen, and the Rupture of American Democracy, 1830-1860

Providing the MU community with a first glimpse into his research, Kinder Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in Political History John Suval will give an October...

10/26 3:30pm
The Politics of Abstraction vs. A New Localism

Responding to a growing inability in Washington to design policy with localities in mind, AEI Director of Domestic Policy Studies Ryan Streeter will give a...

11/13 5:30pm
Enlightened Absolutism and the Origins of the American Revolution

MU History Department Postdoctoral Fellow, Kinder Institute faculty affiliate, and recent Notre Dame Ph.D. Rachel Banke will discuss how, under George III,...

11/30 3:30pm
The Persistent Radicalism of 1776

To round out the Kinder Institute’s Fall 2018 Colloquium Series, University of Illinois-Springfield historian Ken Owen will challenge conventional...

12/7 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