Barry Hall


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Building Hours

Office Wing:Monday through Friday7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Classroom Wing:Monday through Friday7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday (card access only)2-10 p.m.

 


Building Reservations

Barry Hall may be reserved by NDSU and non-NDSU entities for meetings and events. Reservations require completion and submission of the following two (2) forms:

Richard H. Barry Hall Space Request
Facility Use Agreement Form

 

For information regarding other campus space reservations or for room equipment detail, click here.

 


Parking Options

Street Parking
Robert's Commons Parking Ramp
Buy a visitor parking pass for BH Visitor
Parking Policies
 **NDSU College of Business strives to be a good neighbor and member of the FM community. Please help us with this by NOT parking in the Sons of Norway parking lot to the east of Barry Hall. Thank you.**

 


Barry Hall Coffee Shop

Academic Year Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM

 

HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL (Academic year only):

Join us from 1:30pm - 2:30pm for 50% off select beverages and pastries!

Barry Hall Coffee Shop accepts Campus Cash and Block Plan holders can use a meal swipe at Barry Hall to purchase meal that includes an entrée, two sides and a fresh cookie. 

 


History of Richard H. Barry Hall

Richard H. Barry Hall became home to NDSU’s College of Business and the Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics in 2009. Richard H. Barry Hall encompasses the former Pioneer Mutual Life Insurance building and a 75,000-square foot addition in downtown Fargo. Constructed in 1925, the original building was completely renovated to provide faculty and students a world-class environment for transformational learning and research.

Barry Hall is home to the nation’s first university lab dedicated to the marketing of agriculture commodities. The trading room is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for students and faculty to monitor and analyze markets in real time. The building also features 14 classrooms, 12 conference rooms, a 284-seat auditorium, student study areas, a branch of the NDSU library, a coffee shop, and six-story faculty office building.

 

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