The home of our College of Humanities is one of our newest buildings, with more classrooms than of any other building on campus. This is where you'll find administrative offices for our many humanities departments and programs, from Journalism to Museum Studies.
Our renowned Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives also makes its home here. This collection features more than 2,000 original recordings of poets and writers reading from their own works. The Sutro Egyptian Collection, located on the fifth floor, includes artifacts from pre-dynastic times through the Graeco-Roman period.