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Founders Hall

The Foster School’s new privately funded facility is a model of sustainable construction, collaborative learning and community building. Learn more.

Dempsey Hall

PACCAR and Dempsey Halls
Opened in Fall 2012, the Foster School’s new $42-million facility is headquarters for the dean’s office, MBA and undergraduate offices, the Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, MBA and undergraduate career centers as well as classrooms and an executive forum. This 65,000 gross square feet building includes new classrooms, student team rooms, direct entry to PACCAR Hall, and BAEC. Dempsey Hall earned LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver level certification. Map it.


Situated in the north central area of the University of Washington’s Seattle campus, the 135,000 square-foot building opened in Fall 2010. It embodies the business school’s focus on leadership development, strategic thinking and collaboration. PACCAR Hall offers a combination of U-shaped tiered classrooms, meeting spaces, a 250-seat auditorium, student breakout rooms, faculty offices, a soaring atrium with a café and a boardroom. It is equipped with a wide range of technology enhancements including Web-linked digital monitors and distance conferencing capabilities. Map it.

Bank of America Executive Center

The Bank of America Executive Center houses the offices, classrooms, and lounge spaces for the Executive Education and Executive MBA programs for the Foster School of Business. Map it.

The Eastside Executive Center

Located conveniently close the intersection of SR520 and I405, The Eastside Executive Center in Kirkland, Washington, is home to the Foster School’s Technology Management MBA program. Map it.

The Foster Business Library

The Foster Business Library serves the students, faculty and researchers in the Foster School of Business as well as students and researchers from other parts of campus requiring business information and research assistance. It is accessible from PACCAR Hall.