About Earl Hall
Earl Hall is home to Columbia's religious and community service activity. Previously, Earl Hall served as the University's student health center and featured medical offices in the basement level. Designed by McKim, Mead, and White, it was originally built in 1900-1902 as the outpost of the YMCA on campus before Columbia assumed formal operation.
Relevant Policies for This Venue
AVAILABLE SPACES WITHIN THIS VENUE
The following spaces are available within this venue. Additional information, including dimensions of available spaces at this venue, maximum occupancy numbers and space configurations are available in our downloadable Fact Sheet (PDF).
Because we know that in our current environment safety is critical, we've planned ahead by creating space configurations specifically designed to comply with public health guidelines for physical distancing. These configurations will be posted for each space soon.