in the Department of Philosophy and Religion

Bryant Hall

Room Reservations

To reserve the Bryant Hall Farrington Gallery or classroom space for after-hours events,
click here for the policies and reservation request form.
Email the completed and signed form to to request all room reservations in Bryant Hall.
*Do not send the reservation form without first reading and understanding the policies and terms of use listed on the reservation form. 

Bryant Hall 209, auditorium

Bryant Hall 200, classroom

Bryant Hall 207, classroom

Bryant Hall 111, classroom

Bryant Hall 6, conference room



About Bryant Hall

Renamed in 1984 in honor of Vice Chancellor Emeritus W. Alton Bryant, the old library building, now Bryant Hall, was constructed in 1911. In 1952, it was occupied by the departments of Art and Theatre Arts. A complete renovation was finished in 2007. It now houses the departments of Classics and Philosophy and Religion.

Click here to read article “You Really Should See Bryant Hall” 

Postcard showing the original rendering for Bryant Hall, by architect Harry N. Austin.