Located in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, the 104 acre urban campus of Georgetown University is convenient to the Federal government as well as the many international and nonprofit organizations with headquarters in the DC metro area.
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The New Home of the McDonough School of Business
The new home of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business provides an environment for teaching, learning, interaction, and collaboration for students, faculty, and staff. The building’s modern design is a symbol for the school’s forward-thinking, world-class curriculum, while the stone façade replicates the look and feel of Georgetown’s historic Healy Hall.
Size: 179,000 gross square feet in five stories and a two-level
Classrooms: 15 classrooms, including eight case-style rooms, five tiered lecture rooms, and two flat-floor rooms
Collaboration: 34 breakout rooms, complete with data ports, flat-screen video monitors, and white boards, with additional breakout rooms in the Technology Center to support educational projects
Students: Undergraduate student common area on 1st floor; graduate student common area on 3rd floor; locker rooms for graduate students
Faculty: 120 faculty offices, providing space for new faculty hires
Meetings: 11 interview rooms in the MBA Career Management Office, plus 15 conference rooms throughout the building that can hold up to 30 people each
Auditorium: 400-seat, broadcast-ready auditorium
Layout: The building’s design groups undergraduate education space on the first floor, MBA space on the second and third floors, executive education programs on the 4th floor, and faculty offices on the 5th floor.
Cost: $82.5 million, funded entirely through philanthropic support