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About Perdue Hall

About Perdue Hall

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Ground Breaking

Fact Sheet

Building Project Team Information

Grand Opening Photo Gallery

In The Press

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Jim Perdue and Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach

Jim Perdue and Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach signing the beam March 4, 2010

Photo Galleries

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Grand Opening Ceremony September 8, 2011

New Building

The official groundbreaking for the new Franklin P. Perdue School of Business Building took place in Fall 2009 with completion expected in the Summer, 2011. The new Perdue building will serve as both the home and a symbol of the growing prestige of the Perdue School’s business programs. "Now, we will have a home befitting of the quality and growing reputation of the Perdue School of Business," according to Richard Hoffman, Professor of Management.

The 112,800 square foot building is located at the Bateman Street entrance of the SU campus opposite Henson Science Hall and Maggs Gym. The neo-Georgian brick building will consist of two wings, each three stories high. The new building will have many features, heretofore, not readily available to Perdue School students including: a 200 seat auditorium, specialized labs, team study rooms, 20 classrooms dedicated to business programs, business outreach suite, student services center, and technology throughout.

This project has been in the planning stages since 2005 and made possible by an initial $8 million gift from the Arthur W. Perdue Foundation. State appropriations and a capital campaign provide the balance of the funding.

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