In this Building:
- Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
- Capstone Engineering Society
- Chemical and Biological Engineering
- Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Dean’s Office
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Engineering External Affairs and Development
- Engineering Student Services
- Information Technology and Engineering Services
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
H.M. Comer Hall opened in 1962 as the Mineral Industries Building. H.M. Comer Hall was named after Hugh Moss Comer, the son of Gov. Braxton Bragg Comer, a Birmingham industrialist who served as the first chairman of the Greater University Development Campaign. H.M. Comer became home to civil, chemical, metallurgical and mineral engineering.
Today, H.M. Comer Hall is home to the College of Engineering’s administration including the Dean’s office, the Capstone Engineering Society, Information Technology and Engineering Services and the offices for all seven academic departments.