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Hughes Hall

Hughes Hall

Hughes Hall is where business lives at Rose Hill.

The Gabelli School moved into this building in 2012, following a renovation so dramatic that the only thing that remains is Hughes’ 1890s exterior.

What lies inside is a state-of-the-art center for business education.

In Hughes Hall, you will find:

  • An in-house trading room with 15 Bloomberg terminals. Learn to monitor the markets in real time.
  • Video conference rooms. Interview with an overseas company by Skype.
  • A student lounge with iMacs, giant flat-screen TVs, and tables just like your favorite restaurant booth. Perfect for team meetings or hanging out.
  • Classrooms wired with recording equipment. Didn't get part of that lecture? Watch it again online from home.
  • Conference rooms and other meeting rooms. Do group work in style.
  • The Personal and Professional Development Center. Start your career search.
  • Honors room and quiet study space.
  • Media rooms with screen-sharing consoles.

Outside, you can relax by the Cunniffe Fountain, take a photo with a statue of Fordham's ram mascot, or grab a seat at one of the tables on the terrace.

This is the kind of building where tomorrow's business leaders get their start—with, courtesy of Hughes's traditional gray stone, a respectful nod to Fordham's history.

Reserve Rooms in Hughes Hall

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Hughes Hall