Brite Divinity School , TCU

Harrison Hall is a 26,600 sf addition to the TCU Brite Divinity School. Located behind the Carr Chapel complex the new building creates a courtyard that provides both a link and gathering space for special events held at either the new Harrison Hall or the Carr Chapel.

The building is carefully sited to preserve the oldest elm tree in North Texas and as part of the site renovation, a meditation garden is located adjacent to the elm. Harrison Hall Is three stories of classrooms and administrative/faculty offices that compliments the Schools operations in the Moore Building which is part of the Carr Chapel complex.

In addition to the classrooms and administrative offices the new facility has a multi-purpose room on the first level that can be divided into as many as three rooms for a variety of functions and as a single room can hold 150 people.