University of Richmond: Robins School of Business

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About this Print

The standard framed size of this print is 15-by-20 inches.
Larger versions of this print do not include framing.

Established in 1949 during the Modlin administration, University of Richmond’s School of Business was housed in a wooden structure. On October 15, 1960, ground was broken for a new red-brick building accented by limestone. The first classes were held on December 4, 1961. Built to accommodate 300 students, it contained classrooms, labs, a library and offices. President Heilman announced the business school’s new name during the university’s sesquicentennial year, 1979, to honor its most prominent contributor, E. Claiborne Robins. The building was expanded in 1984 with a stately two-story atrium to house faculty, administrative offices and some more classrooms.

March 2011 marked the addition of Queally Hall, dedicated to lead donors Paul and Ann-Marie Queally. The $19.4 million, 37,000 square-foot expansion of the Robin’s School of Business included Lessing Trading Floor, Ukrop Auditorium, new offices, more classrooms and study rooms, and Lou’s Cafe. The architectural centerpiece of Queally Hall is the Robbins Tower, which features an open spiraling staircase. Topping the structure is a custom-made weathervane sporting Richmond’s mascot, the SPIDER.

The Robins School offers undergraduate and graduate levels of study as well as an executive education program. Accounting, economics, finance, international business, marketing, and management make up the undergraduate level. The Richard S. Reynolds Graduate School offers a professional MBA program, and executive education provides provides private and public training and consulting.

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