Franklin W. Olin Building

Olin is a common destination for students with classes in Economics and Business, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

The Franklin W. Olin Building is a state-of-the art academic building that houses the departments of Economics and Business, Mathematics, and Computer Science. The building features 43,000 square feet of classrooms, computer laboratories, offices, and special event rooms.

The Franklin W. Olin Building is located in-between Preus Library and Valders Hall of Science.

Features

  • Two computer classrooms are available for lecture and personal studies.
  • Four networked computer laboratories optimize Computer Science, statistical analysis, and online work.
  • 120-seat lecture hall: home to lecture, guest speakers, videos, and is available for reservation.
  • The Round Table Room: a series of connected computers used as an electronic decision making facility.

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Quick Facts

  • Built in 1995
  • Funded by a grant from the F. W. Olin Foundation