Columbia College

Missouri Hall

A historic structure on the Columbia College campus, Missouri Hall was originally built in 1921 as a home economics building and residence hall. The $4 million renovation project transformed the three-story building into a modern one-stop student service center while maintaining the building’s historical presence. Renovations involved converting nearly 40,000 SF to create office space for the school’s admissions, registration and financial aid departments, student financial services, student support services, the evaluation and transcript department, as well as offices for evening campus administration and assistance centers for the math and writing departments. Missouri Hall also houses Columbia College’s business office and the school’s systems analysts and institutional research specialists.

Missouri Hall was designed and built as a LEED Silver project.

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