Business College Complex
Home to several core business courses
Situated on the banks of the Red Cedar, the Business College Complex (North Business Building) is where many core business courses are held. Connected to the Minskoff Pavilion and Eppley Center, the complex has the second largest lecture hall on campus and a Starbucks on the ground level. Business students have access to all three facilities for classrooms, academic advising, faculty offices and more. MSU’s business programs are ranked No. 14 among public undergraduate business programs in the United States and No. 24 overall, according to U.S. News and World Report.
There are two student groups that help foster an improved learning environment for first-year business students. The Multicultural Business Programs (MBP) are a diverse, team-oriented group of academic specialists, graduate assistants and undergraduate students that represent a wide variety of cultural, economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds. This community helps create a smaller environment for students to interact with others while still being part of the larger business school. Another student group is the Residential Business Community (RBC), housed in McDonel Hall. Students in the RBC live in McDonel Hall near other business students, where they can form study groups and connect with students taking similar classes to their own.
Refuel before class or a study session
The Business College Complex is home to one of the four Starbucks locations on campus.
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