• Breeden Hall, completed in August 2008, is the latest addition to the school and now the main entryway. Breeden Hall, completed in August 2008, is the latest addition to the school and now the main entryway.
  • The Kirby Reading Room is a serene location for studying and may be reserved for student events. The Kirby Reading Room is a serene location for studying and may be reserved for student events.
  • All Fuqua classrooms feature stadium style seating for the best visibility. All Fuqua classrooms feature stadium style seating for the best visibility.
  • Several outdoor seating areas provide a relaxing reprieve from the daily grind and a way to enjoy North Carolina’s weather. Several outdoor seating areas provide a relaxing reprieve from the daily grind and a way to enjoy North Carolina’s weather.
  • The atrium provides a unique entrance to the school and sits between Keller Center West and Keller Center East. The atrium provides a unique entrance to the school and sits between Keller Center West and Keller Center East.
  • Breeden Hall was designed to let in plenty of natural light, which benefits the Ford Library, on the right. Breeden Hall was designed to let in plenty of natural light, which benefits the Ford Library, on the right.
  • The recently expanded and renovated Ford Library provides a comfortable environment with plenty of space for studying and more than 50,000 volumes of books. The recently expanded and renovated Ford Library provides a comfortable environment with plenty of space for studying and more than 50,000 volumes of books.
  • Paths and greenery surrounding Fuqua provide a bucolic setting. Paths and greenery surrounding Fuqua provide a bucolic setting.
  • Our mallway features flags from nations all over the world and they change based on where our students hail from. Our mallway features flags from nations all over the world and they change based on where our students hail from.
  • Plan to spend plenty of time in one of our 66 team rooms, working on assignments with your teammates. Plan to spend plenty of time in one of our 66 team rooms, working on assignments with your teammates.
  • Though our winters are mild, we occasionally receive a dusting of crisp, white snow. Though our winters are mild, we occasionally receive a dusting of crisp, white snow.
  • Spring at Fuqua is a wonderful time of renewal at Fuqua. Spring at Fuqua is a wonderful time of renewal at Fuqua.
  • Duke is surrounded by trees, which brighten the campus with splashes of color every fall. Duke is surrounded by trees, which brighten the campus with splashes of color every fall.
  • Comfortable seating areas allow for more laid-back team meetings. Comfortable seating areas allow for more laid-back team meetings.
  • Breeden Hall’s modern architecture provides a pleasing entryway for the school. Breeden Hall’s modern architecture provides a pleasing entryway for the school.
  • The McClendon Dining Room, part of the Fox Student Center is a main gathering area for students, faculty, and staff. The McClendon Dining Room, part of the Fox Student Center is a main gathering area for students, faculty, and staff.
  • The Global Conference System provides high-end video conferencing capabilities for student interviews with our admissions staff and potential employers. The Global Conference System provides high-end video conferencing capabilities for student interviews with our admissions staff and potential employers.
  • Fuqua’s R. David Thomas Center includes over 100 guest rooms, meeting and catering space, a 230-seat dining room and a full bar, along with classrooms and a clubroom. Fuqua’s R. David Thomas Center includes over 100 guest rooms, meeting and catering space, a 230-seat dining room and a full bar, along with classrooms and a clubroom.
  • Fuqua is as beautiful at night as it is during the day. Fuqua is as beautiful at night as it is during the day.

Fuqua Tour Slideshow

Inspired design inspires learning. Fuqua's 500,000 square feet of classrooms, team rooms, outdoor meeting areas, and auditoriums were specifically designed to enhance your learning experience and inspire collaboration. As one of the finest settings for business education in the US, Fuqua built its facilities to complement its unique approach to graduate-level learning.

From horseshoe-shaped classrooms with stadium seating to team rooms equipped with computers, to one of the best stocked business libraries in the country, you'll find that the MMS: FOB program isn't the only thing built for success.

Our facilities include:


The Thomas F. Keller Center, named in honor of former Dean Thomas F. Keller, includes two wings with auditorium-style classrooms, seminar rooms, dozens of small team rooms, and large auditoriums for school-wide presentations and guest speakers. It's also home to the support, administrative, and career offices.

The Wesley Alexander Magat Academic Center is where you'll find the majority of faculty offices, as well as seminar and meeting rooms.

The Lafe P. and Rita D. Fox Student Center is the hub of student life at Fuqua, connecting the main Keller and Magat Center wings of the school. It has a student lounge, a full-service cafeteria, a spacious indoor winter garden area, outdoor terraces, changing rooms with lockers and showers, a student communications center, and additional office space.

Breeden Hall, named in honor of former Dean Douglas Breeden and his wife Josie, features a rooftop terrace and holds classrooms, auditoriums, team rooms, meeting spaces, the Ford Library, the Kirby Reading Room, and our admissions and operations offices.

The R. David Thomas Executive Conference Center, primarily used by the school's executive education and executive MBA students, includes 111 guest rooms, two executive suites, meeting and catering space, a 230-seat dining room with a full bar, along with classrooms and a clubroom.

You can easily reserve space and catering services for meetings, conferences, guest lectures and special events. As an MMS: FOB student, the Fuqua facilities are at your disposal.

Attend a campus event and get a tour of the Fuqua facilities.

Scott G. Says:
Does the conference center name sound familiar to you? It should. It’s named after the founder of Wendy’s, Dave Thomas.