Carrington Hall is Missouri State University’s main administration building. The office of the president, office of the registrar, office of financial aid, Graduate College, Counseling Center and more are located within this building. It also houses a large auditorium that is used for meetings, lectures and other special events.
Carrington Hall was constructed in 1908 as the University’s first building. It was later named in honor of William T. Carrington, the first president of the University.