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The Urey Lecture Hall serves as the main presentation and meeting location for both the Freshman and Transfer programs. This underground lecture hall is the largest on campus and is named for UM’s first Nobel Laureate.

Building Floor Plans


Partially Accessible
Built 1980
The Underground Lecture Hall is located below the courtyard between Journalism (east) and the Skaggs Building (west). The room seats 440 students.

Accessible Entrance:
The entry to the Lecture Hall is located in the center of the courtyard and is equipped with auto doors on both the east and west sides.

The elevator is located in the entry. Elevator provides access to the Underground Lecture Hall as well as the North Underground Lecture Hall. Stairway is also located in this area.

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The closest accessible parking is located in lot D between Forestry and Journalism.

The stairway aisles in the hall are not well lit and the stair treads are wide and not a uniform width. Handrails are located on the left and right wall aisles.

The only locations for wheelchair seating are the entrance landings at the doorways.