Sirrine Hall

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Sirrine Hall (photo by Jake Stoudenmire)

Sirrine Hall serves as the headquarters for textile management and many majors in the College of Business and Behavioral Science, such as accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing.

Sirrine Hall is the largest academic building on campus, with more than 4.1 acres of space inside. Sirrine Hall is named for Joseph Emory Sirrine, a Life Trustee of Clemson (1928-1947) whose foundation made a major gift for the construction of the building. Construction began in 1939. Sirrine also designed Textile Hall in Greenville, among his many projects. Sirrine Stadium in Greenville is named for him.

It is located on the west side of campus, adjacent to Hunter Chemistry Laboratory and Benet dormitory. Across the Street is the Fernow Street Cafe and Riggs Hall.