|At this time of economic turmoil and political uncertainty, it may appear that there is nothing but greater pain and wrenching adjustment ahead of us. But there are positive things happening in the world.
For us, at the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at Cal State Fullerton, moving into our new home this week is the beginning of a new chapter. After being spread across the campus for decades, the largest nationally accredited business school in the state of California now has for its center, Steven G. Mihaylo Hall, an $88 million, 200,000-square-foot complex of three buildings.
With over 30 classrooms and computer laboratories incorporating the most advanced instructional technology available today, it provides an extraordinary learning environment for our 8,500 students, 300 faculty and staff members, and 13 Centers of Excellence.
The Mihaylo College (yes, our college got a new name earlier this year, thanks to our generous alumnus Steven G. Mihaylo) is committed to developing the region’s next generation of leaders – young men and women who have the knowledge, confidence, and foresight to connect Orange County to the world and make our region globally synonymous with growth and innovation.
Here is a glimpse of our new facility. More pictures of our new home may be seen at business.fullerton.edu/move.