View of the south side of Gray-Little Hall, with light shining from inside its multitude of windows as the sky darkens at sunset

Gray-Little Hall

Gray-Little Hall is a distinguishing feature of KU's Central District — a place where teaching, learning and interdisciplinary research converge.

People wearing construction vests and hard hats tour the Integrated Science Building while it's under construction

Learn about Gray-Little Hall

The building opened to students in June 2018. In 2019, it was approved to be renamed Gray-Little Hall to honor the former chancellor.

About Gray-Little Hall

Questions? Need help?

Contact building manager Laurie White with any questions about Gray-Little Hall.
Students sit in a large lecture hall in Gray-Little Hall

Reserve a space

Need a space to hold a meeting? Looking for a specific classroom? Gray-Little Hall has seven conference rooms and both large and small classrooms to fit your needs.

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Students work in a lab in Gray-Little Hall

Explore research labs in Gray-Little Hall

The building houses dozens of research labs across multiple disciplines, including chemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular biosciences, and physics and astronomy.

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The front of Gray-Little Hall and the Burge Union beside it

Units within Gray-Little Hall

Explore the departments, including chemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular biosciences, physics and astronomy and more, housed within Gray-Little Hall.

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