The hub of your experience will center around our state of the art facilities in Bauer and Knight Halls. Opened in the spring of 2014, this 177,000-square-foot facility is LEED Silver certified. The buildings house classrooms, study rooms, faculty offices, the Graduate Business Office and Lounge, as well as a Starbucks and cafe, all centering around a magnificent glass atrium and forum for students to connect.
Some events are held in the Knight Center, home to Olin’s executive education programs. For information about the services and accommodations, visit the Knight Center.
The Al and Ruth Kopolow Business Library supplies major business publications and an extensive collection of databases with articles, financial data, market research reports, stock analyses, and more.
Visit the Olin IS website for details on computing resources. Every student is eligible for network accounts that include email, file storage, a personal website and remote access to the Olin network. You can access these resources from computers in the Olin computer lab or from your own laptop at one of Bauer, Knight, or Simon Halls' several network ports or through the comprehensive wireless network.
Weston Career Center
The Weston Career Center enhances students’ professional development and job-search skills and assists corporate recruiters looking to hire our students for full-time positions, part-time positions or summer internships. Learn more at the OlinCareers website.
Elsewhere on the Washington University campus you'll find:
The main campus library is called the Olin Library, but it's not part of Olin Business School. It's east of Simon Hall in the middle of campus just beyond Graham Chapel. You can use the document delivery service to have a book from any campus library delivered to the business library.
The Washington University Athletic Complex accommodates a wide range of individual and group recreational and intramural activities. All students with validated picture IDs are eligible to use the complex.
Edison Theatre, located in the Mallinckrodt Center, presents works intended to “challenge, educate and inspire.” It also serves as a teaching facility for the Washington University Performing Arts Department.
The Campus Bookstore is located on the ground floor of Mallinckrodt Center. Bear Necessities, a nonprofit gift store run by the Women's Society, is located in the Wohl Center and sells University apparel, souvenirs and freshly baked birthday cakes.
Habif Health and Wellness Center, located in the Nathan Dardick House on South 40, provides high-quality medical care, health education and counseling services.
Purchase parking permits, check out shuttle schedules, and request your free Metro U-Pass at http://parking.wustl.edu. Shuttle service is available between the campus and most of the areas frequented by students, including near-by shopping centers. Metro St. Louis provides public transportation, visit http://www.metrostlouis.org/for more information.
View course listings, register for classes and request transcripts at Washington University's Office of Student Records.