So here at the Harbert College of Business, we have two main buildings. We have Lowder Hall, which has been a staple. We also just added the Horton-Hargrave Hall. Both of those buildings are great assets to the college in their own way. Starting in Lowder, you've got the main bulk of the classrooms for the college. So that's where you're going to have most of your entry-level classes, as well as higher-level classes, like I'm in a Strategic Management class there now. In terms of academic success, there are a lot of great resources that Lowder Hall also holds. We have the Office of Professional and Career Development, which is where you can go in and get help on your resume. You can have on-campus interviews, which is how I got my internship. Right across the hall from the OPCD is the Academic Advising office. If you walk in that office, there are a host of different advisors that are willing to help you during walk-in hours.
Also in Lowder, we have the incredible Business Analytics Lab, which is one of the top in the nation in terms of computing power. We also have our MAcc Lab. And that is where a lot of our Accounting students will spend most of their time.
We also have the Tiger Lab, which is great for my major. I'm in Finance, and you can go in and work on two screens.
Connecting the two buildings, we have the Benoski Family Courtyard.
Along with the Creed Steps, there's also a green space, which basically acts as the quad for the Harbert College of Business.
On the ground level of the Horton-Hargrave Hall is our Innovation Lab, where students can come together. It's a great collaboration space for students. So going up a floor we have the Broadway Event Space and Theater. This is a multi-use space, and, just recently, we had an employer/student luncheon.
The building also features some really cool breakout rooms, as well as new classrooms. I'm a senior in Finance, and I'm in a lot of group project classes now. So it's been great after hours to be able to come into the building and meet with my group and plug up our laptops to the big screen and all be working on the same thing together.
On our second and third floor we have our Reading Commons. This is a great space for students to sit down, focus, kind of get away and be able to get some homework done.
On the top floor of the building, we have some really nice executive spaces, and these are used for donor events, as well as the master's program. From studying in the beautiful, open atriums, to going on the Gavin Terrace and looking at the incredible view of the entire university, the Horton-Hargrave Hall is an incredible place to study business.
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