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The impact of the new Feliciano School of Business building is far-reaching and immediate, providing present and future users with essentail, meaningful benefits.

Students & Alumni

Our new building provides students and alumni with places to collaborate and congregate with each other, faculty, business professionals and clubs. Classrooms facilitate teamwork and practice as well as knowledge exchange. Planning and problem-solving is supported with sophisticated tools and spaces. The new building is a home base from which to venture out, test ideas and try lessons learned and to return for feedback, encouragement and guidance.

Faculty

Our Faculty now have classrooms and group breakout options that expand and support their teaching and learning initiatives. Classrooms are equipped with state of the art technology for simulating transactions and strategic decision making. Communication is improved through face-to-face and virtual communication between and among departments, School of Business, university and academic colleagues and outside collaborators

Montclair State University Students, Staff and Faculty

Our new building provides cross disciplinary offerings and opportunities for all members of the Montclair State community. They have access to School of Business executive and guest speakers, events, and presentations.

Recruiters

Recruiters meet with our students and Career Services professional staff in modern, comfortable spaces. These spaces allow for corporate speaking, networking and “Campus to Career” events.

Entrepreneurship and Would-Be Entrepreneurs

The Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship office provides entrepreneurs with a sophisticated “Innovation Lab” for formulating and testing start up concepts, prototypes and strategies. Classrooms are flexible to allow for team collaboration and incubator spaces for fledgling business use.

Business and Local Communities

Beautiful and businesslike setting for hosting and exchanging information and ideas with groups large and small. “Meet-up” opportunities for networking with peers, alumni, corporate and organizational leaders, community and regional residents