Create a space for collaboration for future business leaders
Among the best business schools in the country, the Broad College of Business ensures that its facilities live up to its reputation. The recently opened Minskoff Pavilion, named in honor of former student and principal donor Edward J. Minskoff, covers 104,000 square feet dedicated to enhancing the student experience through its community-driven design, collaboration and the work of team.
Connected to the current business college facilities, the facility offers collaborative and immersive learning environments, a glass-walled atrium with panoramic views of the Red Cedar River, and an expanded career center to serve students, recruiters and partner companies. In April 2021, the Minskoff Pavilion became the first MSU university building to achieve US Green Building Council leadership in energy and environmental design, or LEED, Gold certification.
The college’s Eugene C. Eppley Center also underwent extensive renovations to align with the design of the Minskoff Pavilion and focus on collaboration. The School of Hospitality Business – among the best hospitality programs in the country – has returned to the fourth floor of the building, its original home.