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Beyond

The new home for West Virginia University’s business school on Morgantown’s waterfront will be an experiential and educational hub, and will feature advanced learning environments and opportunities that propel our students to the forefront of business education.


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More than a Building

Progress demands innovation. Reynolds Hall will be designed to enhance the educational and teaching model and significantly enhance the student experience at WVU’s business school. Creating a new center of activity for the campus, this complex will include collaborative classrooms and learning labs for virtually every discipline. Advanced technologies will connect WVU to the world, from students across campus to companies around the globe.

From a programmatic standpoint, new curricula and learning opportunities will radiate from the new complex, hosted in a state-of-the-art facility that can accommodate them and reflective of the demands of a rapidly changing global business marketplace. An expanded career center and an environment that encourages entrepreneurial activity to thrive will give students the tools, skills and preparedness for successful careers.

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It’s very satisfying to be able to plant the seeds for other people’s success. I am delighted to help the young people of the greatest state in this country. That’s what ‘paying it forward’ means to me.

Bob Reynolds

$26
MILLION

We’ve raised $26 out of $40 Million

Every gift gets us closer to our goal.

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UPDATES

Entrepreneurism, innovation grows at WVU thanks to $2M gift to Chambers College

A $2 million gift from the Hayhurst family will strengthen West Virginia University’s entrepreneurship network and support a new facility at Reynolds Hall, the future home of the Chambers College of Business and Economics, to foster student innovation through collaboration.

Read More: Entrepreneurism, innovation grows at WVU thanks to $2M gift to Chambers College
William and Patricia Sheedy commit $2.5 million to bring experiential learning to future WVU business students in Reynolds Hall

As Reynolds Hall, the new hub for business education on the campus of West Virginia University continues to build on the Morgantown waterfront, a John Chambers College of Business and Economics alumnus has given a gift that will ensure that it will build the business leaders of the future by way of experiential learning when it opens in 2022.

Read More: William and Patricia Sheedy commit $2.5 million to bring experiential learning to future WVU business students in Reynolds Hall
WVU business college launches campaign to bring new building to fruition

rendering Northeast Beachhurst

In a little more than two years, the  John Chambers College of Business and Economics will write the next chapter in business education in its new home, transforming  West Virginia University’s campus, the community of Morgantown and the student experience. 

Read More: WVU business college launches campaign to bring new building to fruition

$30
MILLION

We’ve raised $30 Million of our $40 Million goal

Every gift gets us closer to our goal.

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Dean Reyes with the Reynolds

“When you walk into our new building, we want you to see business at work. Reynolds Hall will be more than just a building – it will be a collaborative, creative space that will catalyze innovation for our students and transform their learning through experiential opportunities.”

- Javier Reyes, Milan Puskar Dean of The Chambers College and vice president for Start-up West Virginia.