AUSTIN - The McCombs School of Business will officially break ground on the new 458,000-sf graduate business building on Nov. 7. The building will be located at the corner of Guadalupe St. and E. Martin Luther King Blvd.
The $172 million building will house the Texas MBA and Texas Masters of Science in Technology Commercialization programs, expand executive education and conference capacity and include additional spaces for campus parking.
Robert B. Rowling Hall is scheduled to welcome its first class of students in 2017. The building is named after McCombs alumnus and former University of Texas regent Bob Rowling whose gift of $25 million launched the campaign to fund the construction of the building.
For more, see previous story $172M, 458,000-SF Rowling Hall set for UT-Austin debut.
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