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Florida State University
Legacy Hall

Driven by FSU’s ambition to create lasting legacies, this new facility for the College of Business will empower students and faculty to push boundaries, engage in cutting-edge research, and explore across disciplines to spark new knowledge.

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Uniting business school and business community

Legacy Hall presents a tremendous opportunity to create a multi-functional, collaborative, and flexible environment for teaching, research, and learning. The building will serve as home to a wide range of dedicated spaces for student resources and enrichment. These include the university’s Center for Career and Professional Development, Sales Institute, Undergrad Collaboration Commons, Entrepreneurial Center, and Analytics Lab, as well as intimate business “mixer” areas, a real estate “war room,” and a real-time behavioral research laboratory.

Legacy Hall will also feature a variety of flexible teaching spaces to accommodate various programs and disciplines, advancing the College’s mission of strengthening links between the academic and business communities.

The Financial Laboratory will include cutting-edge technology to immerse students in a world-class active learning environment.
A light-filled, multi-story Commons is designed to encourage student, corporate, and alumni engagement.
Legacy Hall’s auditorium will host important College Business and serve as an important new venue for campus-wide events.
Project impact
  • 300

    auditorium seats will allow the college to host distinguished guest lecturers and visiting professors

  • 55%

    increase in student space compared to the existing College of Business facility

Legacy Hall promises to accelerate our transformation into one of the nation’s—indeed the world’s—elite business schools.
Michael HartlineDean of the College of Business

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Project Team

Ambient Air Technologies, LLC

Anne Hicks Harney, LLC

Ardaman & Associates

EMI Architects

Jensen Hughes


Moore Bass Consulting


Simpson Gumpertz & Heger

Vanderweil Engineers


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