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Founders’ Hall

In January 2016, we opened the doors to one of the country’s most advanced learning facilities for business education. Our new amenity-rich, technology focused business school will bring countless opportunities to reimagine how such a facility can contribute to each student’s educational experience. It’s a building that supports a curriculum that offers a blend of theory and real-world practice, reflecting the central Lasallian value of learning by doing. A place where individuals, equipped with the will to learn, are to be prepared for successful futures of informed service and progressive leadership with a global perspective. On September 25, 2016, the School of Business building was dedicated as Founders’ Hall to reflect the philanthropic support of its donors, as well as the University’s Christian Brothers who founded and led the University for more than 150 years.


Founders Hall


Highlights of the new $35 million School of Business building, Founders’ Hall:

  • six-story 87,000 square foot facility
  • A large atrium space that is used to host networking and social events
  • A completely wireless infrastructure that allows students to interact in real time with other students and executives from around the world
  • A 400-seat auditorium that is used to host symposia and conferences
  • Flexible collaborative learning rooms that reinforce student/faculty and student/business executive interaction
  • An array of computer classrooms and simulation facilities
  • Video conferencing capabilities throughout the building
  • A sales training laboratory
  • A corporate-style boardroom