Correll Hall

Opened 2015
74,291 gross square feet

Correll Hall provides top-tier facilities for the Terry’s graduate programs and college administration. The four-story building includes 10 classrooms, an innovation lab, a graduate commons, project team rooms, interview rooms, student lockers, and spaces for formal and casual interaction among faculty, students, alumni and employers.

Correll Hall is named for Alston D. “Pete” Correll Jr. (BBA ’63) and his wife, Ada Lee Correll (BSEd ’63), in recognition of their generous support of academic excellence at the University of Georgia. A recipient of Terry College’s Distinguished Alumni Award, Pete Correll is chairman emeritus of Georgia-Pacific and chairman of Atlanta Equity. Ada Lee Correll is a former teacher who believes in the value of volunteerism and giving back. The Corrells are renowned throughout Georgia for their civic leadership and philanthropic efforts, many of which support education at all levels.

Architects and Builder

The architects for Phase 1 were Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio LLC of Atlanta, designed in association with Robert A. M. Stern Architects of New York. The construction firm was DPR Hardin.

Floor Plans

Correll Hall

  • blue Learning Spaces
  • orange Community Spaces
  • green Offices
  • light blue Meeting Rooms
  • yellow Circulation
  • purple Support/Service
Correll Hall (Level 1)
Level 1
Correll Hall (Level 2)
Level 2
Correll Hall (Level 3)
Level 3
Correll Hall (Level 4)
Level 4