Montclair State University opens doors to new $66 million business school

Montclair State University has officially opened the doors to its new $66 million business school located on the northern New Jersey institution's campus.

The Record reports ( ) the state-of-the-art facility features a financial trading floor, lecture halls, classrooms and a unique 3-D printing innovation lab.

University President Susan Cole says the business school, named for donors Mimi and Edwin Feliciano, will accommodate 2,800 undergraduate and graduate students.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the university on Thursday.

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno says Montclair State's business school is the largest project financed through a $750 million bond initiative to build and renovate higher education facilities across New Jersey.

The university offers undergraduate degrees in business administration, accounting and economics. Graduate students have several MBA program options to select from.


Information from: The Record (Woodland Park, N.J.),