Umberger Hall is used by K-State Research and Extension for administrative, educational and meeting space. It contains administrative offices for extension programs, a library for extension publications, meeting rooms and a 450-seat auditorium.
- 4-H Foundation, Kansas, room 116, 532-5881, fax 532-6963
- 4-H Youth Development, room 201, 532-5800, fax 532-5981
- Agricultural Communication and Journalism, room 301, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-5804, fax 532-5633
- Agricultural Education Program, room 301, email@example.com, 532-5804, fax 532-5633
- Bookstore and Mail Center, room 16, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-5830, fax 532-7938
- Communications and Agricultural Education (AGCOM/AGED), Dept. of, room 301, 532-5804, fax 532-5633
- Community Development-Extension PRIDE Program, room 101, 532-5840, fax 532-6175
- DIRECT Resource Referral Service, room 10E, rbishop@K-state.edu, 532-7987, fax 532-3093
- Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development, room 101, email@example.com, 532-7690, fax 532-7036
- Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership - KARL, Inc., room 101, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6300, fax 532-7036
- Local Government, Office of, room 10E, email@example.com, 532-2643
- Publishing, room 211, 532-5804, fax 532-5633
- University Printing, room 26, Uprint@ksu.edu, 532-6308, fax 532-7938
Designed in 1956, the building name honors Harry J.C. Umberger, who joined the Department of Agronomy in 1911. He also served as county agent leader from 1917 to 1919 until his appointment as dean of the Division for College Extension.