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1655 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112 Located in: The University of Utah

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Kerem Cantekin

Clearly one of the most impressive buildings in the campus, but the posters around it may be sometimes annoying.

Jefri Tamba

The David Eccles School of Business is located on the campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. The school was founded as the "School of Commerce & Finance" in 1917 and subsequently changed its name to "School of Business" in 1927 although business classes were taught through the Economics & Sociology department at the university starting in 1896. The David Eccles School of Business is located on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. The school currently offers eight undergraduate majors, four MBA programs, five other graduate programs, a PhD program, and executive education offerings. The Eccles School is home to over 31,000 alumni in all 50 U.S. states and many countries. The School is also home to several prominent centers and institutes including the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, the Sorenson Center for Global Impact Investing, and the Ivory-Boyer Real Estate Center.

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kyle thompson

The great professors are great. The bad are very bad. Each course, including what you learn/take away, is completely dependant on who your professor is. Some of the great ones have been lost to Stanford or Cal. The cost is also higher than other MBA programs in the state. Not quite sure it's worth the additional cost yet. Time will tell.


R. S. Watkins

1983 Alumnus.

Kevin Carter

Marten Alires

Brianna Milot

Excellent building design. Classrooms are actually designed with students in mind.

Lolo Ali

Matthew Hammond

Wonderful school with exceptional staff. Care and attention put into facilities. New business parking makes the experience more convenient (albeit expensive)

Vincent Brown

Incredible experience. The professors in the MHA program are the best in the nation. I would highly recommend getting you masters degree here in Healthcare Administration!

Andy McDonald

Advising is an absolute joke. The service is a at a first job/Jr High School level.

Tim Allison

Christian Moreira

Xiao Ma

Modern building...The view through the windows is amazing...

Rob Spangenberg

Fantastic school, great teachers, amazing resources for students, and some stunning view of the valley from the top floors.

Lynda Cox

I work for u of u school of business n enjoy my job very much! It's high energy n positive surroundings n ppl make the job enjoyable!!!

Timothy Gerber

Wonderful learning environment in a modern construction building with great resources. Tech help desk, "mock" trading room, really nice lecture halls with multiple projection screens and a good PA system. Elevators. Quiet study rooms adjecent to classrooms and lecture hall.

Ean Bigelow

I love the ESB. All of my advisors are incredibly insightful. My professors have invest time into making sure I receive the best education I can get. I finance professors are top notch. The school is well connected to big companies and the networking events are well coordinated.

Crosby B

Advisors are terrible. 1) They don't all have the same information, so to get an accurate direction, you would have to get an opinion from multiple advisors. 2) They're always booked. It takes like 2 weeks to get a hold on someone. Playing phone tag with the receptionist to get you to the right place is a nuisance 3) Some of them clearly don't want to work there and they totally put the load on you. So come there for advise? ha. Good luck

Eston Humphrey

Yes it's expensive. But after your first semester you start to see that it's worth the price. Also summer classes are awesome.

Nathan McClellan

Very nice building.

Jordan Montano

Terry L

The building for business student, and it's pretty new, and much better than engineering one.

Vinh Lu

This building is a piece of art. Why 4 stars? I had a few classes here for a semester and every day I go to the restrooms, it would be dirty or just water everywhere. If that situation gets figured out, I'd love everything about this building.

Sandeep Gupta

Raphael Jaber

Mosiuwa Nku

Nathan Milot

Beautiful modern building with friendly staff

James Evans

I miss coming up here. Go Utes!

Scott Nebeker

Fantastically student oriented building. They pulled no punches when getting this thing up and going.

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