Leasure Hall houses the women’s studies and American ethnic studies programs, along with biology labs and speech pathology offices.
- American Ethnic Studies, room 103, 532-2112, fax 532-2116
- Chapman Center for Rural Studies, room 111, 532-0380
- K-State First, room 8, email@example.com, 532-1501
- Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, room 205, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6070, fax 532-7159
- Kansas Gap Analysis, room 204B, 532-6534, fax 532-7159
- Semillas de Excelencia, room 114F, email@example.com, 532-3422, fax 532-3922
- Tutorial Assistance, room 201, 532-5703
- Wildlife Community Laboratory, room 210, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6070, fax 532-6653
- Women's Studies, room 3, 532-5738, fax 532-3299
Built in 1908 for just over $71,000, Leasure Hall originally provided space for the veterinary medicine and bacteriology departments. The building's name honors Dr. E.E. Leasure, who served as dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and retired from K-State after 38 years.