McBryde Hall is an academic building that contains classrooms and offices, including:
The building is a compass, of sorts. Each of its entrances face due north, south, east, and west.
Six floors plus a penthouse; 132,244 square feet. Find a public access defibrillator in the basement, adjacent to Room 100.
McBryde Hall memorizes John McLaren McBryde, president from 1891 to 1907. Known as the "Father of VPI," McBryde laid the foundation for modern Virginia Tech. He increased bachelor's degree offerings, added graduate programs, created an infirmary, and christened the motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve). He encouraged the formation and growth of student activities and was at the helm when the first football team was formed and school colors of orange and maroon were adopted.
Address: 225 Stanger St. | Map Grid: M-3
Originally Built: 1972 | Abbreviation: MCB
Latitude: 37.23062 | Longitude: -80.42178