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Butler University Business Building

Building Enhances Collaborative Collision

In the Lacy School of Business, we believe where a student learns is as important as what a student learns. That is why we're excited about our new 110,000-square-foot home for the Lacy School. Through creative learning environments designed to connect students to a vast array of industries and networks, we are enhancing our programs and better equipping Lacy students with the skills to succeed in today's ever-changing society.

Butler University Lacy School Of Business Fly Through

Founders Circle

Butler University gratefully acknowledges our Founders Circle donors whose generosity provided the foundation for the new home of the Andre B. Lacy School of Business. The building's atrium is named in their honor.

Keith MBA ’90 and Tina Burks

John ’62 and Judy Cooke

Rollie and Cheri Dick

Bill Dugan ’51

Keith ’71 MBA ’78 and Sarah Faller MBA ’90

Craig Fenneman ’71 and Mary Stover-Fenneman

Andrew Greenlee ’90

Andre and Julia Lacy and Family

Bobby and Jill Le Blanc

Kurt and Linda Mahrdt

Jatinder-Bir “Jay” ’87 and Roop Sandhu

Hershel B. Whitney ’52

 

Leadership Giving

The names of donors who make total gifts of $2,500 or more to the Business Building fund are displayed on a digital donor wall in the building's atrium.

Exterior

LSB Building Exterior

Atrium—West Entry

Atrium: West Entry

Atrium—North Entry

Atrium: North Entry

Innovation Commons

Innovation Commons

Trading Room

Trading Room

Classroom

Classroom

Building Amenities

  • ATRIUM is named in honor of the Founders Circle members—donors making financial commitments of $1 million and above.
  • CLASSROOMS feature state-of-the-art technology and flexible arrangements to accommodate teaching styles of the future.
  • INNOVATION COMMONS provide a central hub for the new building, drawing together students, faculty, and Central Indiana business leaders to a collaborative, casual space where new ideas will be fostered.  
  • TRADING ROOM provides students live market data streamed to a digital wall in Butler’s finance lab.
  • ROOF DECK accommodates group and individual patio settings for meetings or study time.