Foster 21st Century Innovation through a New School of Business Building
Architectural rendering of the atrium entrance to the new building, plans for which were made public in late October 2016 -- see more about the project.
A $15-million lead gift, plus a $2.5-million challenge grant, from Board of Trustee member Robert V. LaPenta ’67, ’00H, has bolstered efforts to create a new home for the Iona School of Business.
Fundraising and planning continue for this project, which envisions renovating and expanding Hagan Hall to more than double the current space for students and faculty, to create a world-class learning environment for innovative and ethical business leaders.
In Iona’s School of Business, future business leaders engage in both theoretical study and hands-on practice. Its students develop high ethical standards and an awareness of the global character of business. After graduation they are recruited by local and global corporations, not-for-profit organizations and government agencies in the New York metropolitan area and beyond.
To support all aspects of an interactive, technologically advanced curriculum, Iona’s new business school facility will include:
With an array of focus areas for undergraduate degrees, MBAs and professional business certificates, Iona offers a business education that responds to changing operational needs and evolving management challenges. The Iona School of Business has been ranked in the top 50 “Graduate Schools for Salary Potential” and holds the prestigious AACSB International accreditation.
State-of-the-art “smart” classrooms
An expanded LaPenta-Lynch Trading Floor classroom
Dedicated rooms for case study and small-group discussion
A business development incubator
Quiet study space
A business-focused career center
Student lounge areas
Integrated faculty, staff and administrative offices
To learn more about supporting a new home for the School of Business, please contact Pam Bottge ’92, director of Iona Forever
, at (914) 633-2413 or email@example.com