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Our Business School Will Be One of the Premiere Facilities in Indianapolis

Opening January 2018

  Latest construction updates:

Construction is set to begin mid-February, with fencing set to go up the week of February 13. Please note that there will be an increased amount of construction activity, with more large trucks on campus. This aerial map indicates the route trucks will be taking when making drop offs on campus.


Center for Student Success in Life, Learning, and Leadership

This new center will accommodate our extraordinary growth over the past 15 years, as well as future enrollment growth which we expect to grow significantly by 2025. The new center will include:

  • a dining hall
  • recreational facilities for intramural sports
  • new fitness facility
  • classrooms
  • meeting spaces
  • convocation center
  • a weight room, and more

  S2L3 will be completed in two phases. The expected completion date for phase 1 is January 2018. Phase 2 is expected to be completed in October 2018.

View the Phased Aerial Views of S2L3 (pdf)

dining commons
athletic courts
fitness center

Byrum School of Business

Our new business school will house the latest technology and collaboration spaces in the state. Scheduled to open in January of 2018, we expect this new building to serve as an innovative space supporting our hands-on curriculum where students learn by collaborating with businesses.

  Construction will begin in December 2016 with a target completion date of January 2018.

business school stairs render
business school outside render
business school interactive wall render

Where Do I Park?

During the first phase of construction, we will lose 60 parking spaces behind and between Clare Hall, Marian Hall, and Oldenburg Hall. The Office of Campus Operations is working to open up more parking spaces to replace the ones we will lose.

More parking will be lost in late May, when phase two construction begins and the university is developing an off-campus parking and shuttle plan for the Fall 2017 semester to accommodate the loss of parking.

Who's Moving Where...and When?

With all the changes happening on campus, there will be a few offices moving this month. Along with construction of new buildings, the university has also acquired Sommers Mansion, which is a part of the Cold Spring School Estate just north of campus on Cold Spring Road.

Here is a list of the Offices moving:

  • The Office of Institutional Advancement will move from the second floor of Oldenburg Hall to Sommers Mansion.
  • The Ruth Lilly Health Education Center Faculty will move from the second floor of Oldenburg Hall to Sommers Mansion.
  • The Departments of Communication, Languages and Culture, and English (within the College of Arts and Sciences) are moving from the basement of Clare Hall to the second floor of Oldenburg Hall. (Note: The Writing Center, Speech Center, and Language Lab will remain in Clare Hall.)
  • The Educators College undergraduate and graduate faculty will reposition on the first and second floors of Oldenburg Hall.

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