Kroeber Hall

Built 1959. Named for anthropology professor Alfred Kroeber, it houses the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology and the Worth Ryder Art Gallery, in addition to classroom and office space.

Building Details

Floors: 6

Accessible entrances: The south facing entrance to Bancroft Ave. has an automatic opener and push plates. This entry located on the ground floor is the closest available usable entrance to the museum.

Restrooms: There is a set of usable restrooms on the first floor with side- transfer stall capabilities.

Designated waiting area: The Ground and first floor have accessible exits. For the Second floor there is an alcove across from the elevator that provides the best cover. On the third floor the stair well provides enough space for an individual to wait in the stair well.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: N: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located is located to the right of the elevator on ground level.

Pictures of Kroeber Hall

The front side of Kroeber Hall, facing east. The front entrance is at ground level, and is on the right side of the building.

Kroeber Hall

The main entrance to Kroeber Hall, facing east. The manual, double doors are located at ground level.

Kroeber Entrance

The main entrance to Kroeber Hall, facing east. The manual, double doors are located at ground level.

Kroeber Entrance 2

Location

Classrooms and Departments

Art Practice, Anthropology, Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Anthropology Library

Classrooms

115 Kroeber

Maximum Capacity

25

Features

  • ADA-Instructor Accessible
  • ADA-Student Accessible
  • AV-Computer Data Display
  • AV-Connection-VGA
  • AV-DVD Player
  • Board-Front 150plus sq ft
  • Board-Front 95plus sq ft
  • Board-White Only
  • Seating-Movable
  • Window

155 Kroeber

Maximum Capacity

61

160 Kroeber

Maximum Capacity

138

238 Kroeber

Maximum Capacity

30