Nestled under the iconic Bryan clock tower are three Arts & Sciences facilities:
– The Pre-Law Resource Center,
– The Foley Institute for Public Policy & Public Service,
– The Bryan Hall Theatre, home stage of the School of Music.
Now you know…
- Built in 1909, it was originally called the Auditorium and Library Building.
- Named in honor of Enoch A. Bryan, the university’s second president (1893–1916), who was a major force in developing the Pullman campus.
- The PLRC, on the third floor, offers advising & preparation workshops for any WSU Pullman student interested in a legal career.