Visit Farrell Hall at Wake Forest University

The home of the Wake Forest University School of Business, Farrell Hall, is designed to streamline and inspire scholarly work, collaboration and faculty-student interaction. The $55 million, 130,000 square foot building, occupying four floors and surrounded by landscaped grounds, integrates state-of-the-art technology, flexible meeting and class rooms and dedicated social spaces. Elegant Georgian architecture encloses a stunning modern interior, connecting Wake Forest’s rich history to its cutting-edge future.

At the heart of Farrell Hall is the Founders Living Room, a three-story, 8,500 square foot space where students, faculty and staff can gather, study, brainstorm and socialize. The Founders Living Room is named in honor of significant contributions from the original group of investors who made the vision of Farrell Hall a reality. This inclusive and stimulating communal space ties together many functional areas of the facility and is capable of hosting various large events.

“Our new home, Farrell Hall, is where we will develop passionate, ethical business leaders driven to achieve results with integrity through a dynamic combination of thought leadership, rigorous academic preparation and unrivaled connection to the market.”

– Steve Reinemund, Executive in Residence

Farrell Hall highlights include:

  • 130,000 square feet spread across four levels, surrounded by landscaped grounds
  • Student occupancy for 1,250+
  • Offices and work areas for 170 faculty and staff
  • 18 classrooms, including 16 with natural lighting
  • 8,500 square foot open “Living Room” for gatherings and collaboration
  • 400-seat Broyhill Auditorium for speakers, business lectures and presentations
  • Dedicated study/meeting rooms and abundant collaboration spaces on all levels
  • Pervasive use of technology to enhance teaching and communication
  • Brockway Recruiting Center with 14 interview rooms and recruiter lounge
  • Information Commons with virtual tools and technology for research
  • On-site dining options from Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • LEED Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council

For more information on the building and its history, download the Farrell Hall Brochure.