West Virginia University’s Reynolds Hall serves as the new home for the John Chambers College of Business and Economics. Spanning 180,000GSF, the new facility provides a transformational leap forward for business education at WVU, and serves as a vibrant community center for academics, recreation, dining, and collaboration among students.
Graduate and undergraduate students have access to a fully functional trading room, a hospitality simulation laboratory, and a behavioral economics simulation laboratory. The spaces allow for immersive learning, giving students crucial, real-world experience and skills within their field of study. A variety of study rooms and conference rooms on each floor give students space to collaborate and prepare themselves for their future career. Reynolds Hall not only prioritizes academic pursuits but also caters to the overall well-being of its occupants with a fitness center and several retail and concession spaces. This provides students with convenience, comfortability, and the ability to maximize their time while accomplishing their academic goals.
The John Chambers College of Business and Economics focuses on experiential learning, emphasizing the ever-growing role technology plays in higher education. As such, the facility will recast the waterfront area of Morgantown into a hub of business education.