Constructed of “red fire-proof” brick, Schwab Hall’s ground was first broken on October 1, 1930, the work overseen by its namesake Charles M. Schwab. Originally constructed as the home for the science programs, Schwab Hall has housed many different academic disciplines over
the last eighty years. Now home to the Shields School of Business after a year-long multi-million-dollar renovation, Schwab Hall is poised to be a treasured academic facility for generations to come.
This project was made possible by the generous support of our alumni and friends. Learn more about our campaign to renovate our academic facilities.
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