UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Shaping Leaders, Driving Results

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Campus Photo Tour

  • UNC Kenan-Flagler is located near North Carolina's Research Triangle Park (RTP), a premier high-tech hub. The proximity of the adjacent Kenan Institute of Private Business allows collaboration for thought leaders in business, government and academia.

  • The McColl building was built in 1997 and houses 18 state-of-the-art classrooms, a café, a 500-seat auditorium, a computer lab and a trading room for student use.

  • Flags representing countries of current faculty and students run the length of the building underneath the covered portico.

  • The spiral stairway is enhanced by the four-story exterior window created by New York artist David Wilson.

  • The main lab area is flanked a media center and enclosed team rooms with Wi-Fi and flat panel monitors.

  • The Capital Markets Lab provides a real-world setting for students to manage equity and fixed-income portfolios with tools available to Wall Street professionals.

  • Café McColl offers breakfast and lunch choices for students, faculty and staff, including a grill, salad bar and sushi.

  • The Café doubles as an impromptu study hall and meeting center for students. A covered porch runs the length of the café and provides space for outdoor dining.

  • The graduate reading room provides a quiet spot to study or relax between classes.

  • A two-story 500-seat auditorium provides the perfect place for the participants of the Dean's Speaker series, meetings of students with the dean and other school events.

  • In the classroom - Professor David Ravenscraft works in the areas of M&As, antitrust, game theory, hedge funds and corporate finance. He is associate dean of the BSBA Program.