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When debating tomorrow’s corporate structure and discussing the increasing overlap of business and technology, it just doesn’t seem right to do so in outdated classrooms. The David Eccles School of Business recently built a $72 million structure that unites business and academics.

Completed in 2013, the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB) encompasses 188,000 square feet, with 70% of the space dedicated to student activities, including 17 state-of-the-art classrooms.

Constructed in two phases, the building’s first phase of roughly 100,000 square feet opened its doors for spring semester 2012 to welcome graduate and undergraduate students alike.

Click on the tour to navigate your way through all nine floors of the building, or click the link below to open the tour in a new window.

The building’s design is seamless throughout, and the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building features three separate pavilions, each designed with a unique purpose. The Sorenson Leadership Pavilion was part of the first construction phase and includes MBA and graduate program areas like the Leadership Lounge, Advising Office, Business Career Services, a cafe, and a 60-seat classroom.

 

The facility was designed to be as high performance as possible, and to achieve a green building rating of Silver in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System. An outdoor plaza with a terraced amphitheater unites the School of Business campus by connecting the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building with the school’s existing buildings, the C. Roland Christensen Center and the Business Classroom Building. The project’s second phase, which includes the England Student Community Pavilion and the Ken Garff Classroom Pavilion, crowns the school’s revitalized campus.

Students offered a big “thank you” to donors in this video detailing how the building has improved their educational experience as part of the celebration of Phase II’s completion in the fall of 2013.

Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building

Fully completed in 2013, the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB) encompasses 188,000 square feet, with 70% of the space dedicated to student activities, including 17 state-of-the-art classrooms.

Building Hours: Monday – Friday – 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building
C. Roland Christensen Center

The C. Roland Christensen Center (CRCC) is named after the Harvard Business School professor who focused on case-method teaching. The building is built to help facilitate hands-on, real-world learning, with four 80-student case method classrooms, two large seminar rooms, an electronic and computer-based resource library, and multiple team discussion study rooms.

Building Hours: Monday – Friday – 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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C. Roland Christensen Center
Business Classroom Building

The Business Classroom Building (BUC) is home to several learning spaces for business students. The four-story building includes classrooms, computer labs and staff offices.

Building Hours: Monday – Friday – 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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Business Classroom Building
Thomas S. Monson Center

Completed in 1912, and recently renovated, the Thomas S. Monson Center is the home for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, a premier public policy research center at the Eccles School. The historic mansion and adjacent buildings include areas for training, seminars and lectures, classes, meetings, community dialogue and public gatherings. Its location on South Temple and 400 East in Salt Lake City is symbolic of the institute’s role and mission to build bridges between the university and the community it serves.

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Thomas S. Monson Center
Lassonde Studios

The Lassonde Studios will allow students to live, create and launch. The studios merge 400 unique residences with a 20,000-square-foot “garage” for students to attend events, build prototypes, compete, or just hang out. The facility will be the hub for innovators, makers and entrepreneurs. Students move in August 2016.

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Lassonde Studios
Campus Map

Check out how the David Eccles School of Business is situated on The University of Utah campus — nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, within 30 minutes of seven ski resorts and less than five hours from several national parks.