Fairfield University’s new home for the Charles F. Dolan School of Business features state-of-the-art interactive learning environments, a Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Lab, an Entrepreneurship Center with Ideation Lab, active learning and case-based classrooms, a new event space, Finance Lab, the Patrick J. Waide Center for Applied Ethics, and more.
Fairfield University’s School of Business is nationally-ranked and boasts a 96.7% placement rate within six-months of graduation. Fueled by a capital campaign where donors were motivated by the trajectory of the institution, the new Dolan School of Business building provides a cutting-edge learning environment and a new face for an exemplary program.
The new Dolan is physical proof that what Fairfield delivers is not conventional degree programs, but rather a transformative education for future business leaders.
The new Dolan building is tremendously exciting. The classroom spaces are designed to facilitate active, engaged, and experiential learning. Access to the latest technology will allow faculty to use simulations and introduce students to sophisticated software applications. A finance lab, business analytics lab, and computer lab will support students in building the skills they need to be career and graduate school ready upon graduation. Common spaces are designed with an eye to comfort and collaboration, students will be able to find spaces to hang out before, between, or after classes. The building will allow Fairfield to host a wide variety of community partners and events, to share the work of business education.