Haas School Facilities


The Haas School of Business

 

Three interconnected buildings surrounding a courtyard

 

  • Completed: May 1995
  • Square feet: 204,000
  • Classrooms: 21
  • Laptop docking stations: 450
  • Video-conference locations: 55
  • Broadcast origination sites: 30
  • Architects: Moore Ruble Yudell, Santa Monica
  • Construction cost: $55 million
  • Funding: 100% from private gifts
  • Number of donors: 2,000
  • Largest donation: $27 million from the Haas family, in honor of Walter A. Haas Sr., BS 10, late president and chairman of Levi Strauss & Co.

     

    Bakar Computer Center

     

  • Total number of computers: 180 PCs
  • Multimedia stations: 8 PCs
  • Scanners: 6
  • Basic services: e-mail, printing and faxing, web services, tutorials, multimedia lab, equipment check-out
  • Special services: video conferencing, research support, A/V media services, Interactive Learning Center, Financial Engineering Lab, wireless network.

     

    Long Business & Economics Library

     

  • Bound volumes: 130,000
  • Subscriptions: 1,500
  • Microforms: 1,200,000
  • Square feet: 50,000
  • Network ports: over 300
  • Databases: Datastream, Dow Jones Interactive, Hoover's Online, Investext, Lexis-Nexis Universe, Onesource, ISI Emerging Markets, Haas CD ROM Network
  • Cooperative agreements with eight UC campuses, Stanford University

     

    Jimmy Bean's FIFO Cafe

     

  • Seats 107 indoors and 50 outdoors
  • Offers hot meals (menu changes daily), burgers, pizza, sandwiches, salad bar, pastries, smoothies, and coffee drinks
  • Coffee cart in the BankAmerica Forum serves snacks and drinks