Babson College

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  1. Undergraduate Tour

    The time is now. This is your moment.


    1. Lunder Undergraduate Admission Center at Mustard Hall

      Mustard Hall is the home of the Lunder Undergraduate Admission Center and its staff. When you visit campus, stop by to say hello to the admission staff!


    2. Tomasso Hall

      One of the main academic buildings on campus, Tomasso Hall also is home to the Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME) program. FME is a yearlong class where first-year students develop, launch, and manage a real business with a loan of up to $3,000 from the College. And, Tomasso’s front steps are a great place for a photo when you visit campus!

    3. Park Manor Quad

      The residence halls are a great place for students to build their community and where you’ll likely meet some of your best friends. Park Manor West, the newest residence hall in the Park Manor Quad, includes the Schlesinger Innovation Center, which provides a 24-hour living/learning space that can be used as meeting space, classroom space, and a great place to binge watch the latest show that came out on Netflix. All first-year students are required to live on campus and most students live on campus all four years (You don’t want to miss anything, right?).

    4. Trim Dining Hall

      Trim serves as the main dining hall on campus, although there are several dining options across campus (and a couple of places to get coffee!). Inside Trim, you’ll find numerous and varying options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And, Trim is where you can get a waffle with a Babson “B” at Late Night Breakfast.

    5. Hollister Hall

      Hollister Hall is the main stop for student services on campus, including the Center for Career Development (CCD), the Glavin Office of Multicultural and International EducationHealth Services, the Office of Academic Services, and Student Financial Services. Stop by the Glavin Office for one of their International Tea events, get your résumé reviewed at CCD, and check out the art display in the lobby—all in one visit!

    6. Reynolds Campus Center

      Reynolds is the hub of campus. With multiple dining options, the mail room, and study spaces, many students spend a good deal of time here. Reynolds also is home to the campus store and sustainability office. You also may play pool upstairs or grab a coffee at Dunkin’s—don’t forget to say “Hi” to Woody there. After a few visits, he’ll probably start remembering your order.

    7. Carling-Sorenson Theater

      The arts have a strong presence at Babson. From ceramics classes, to performing arts groups, to events and guest speakers from the entertainment industry, BabsonARTS provides many opportunities for students to explore their interests in the arts and the intersections between business and the arts. You’ll want to grab tickets early for the Babson Players, AMAN, and Babson Dance Ensemble shows each semester.

    8. Glavin Chapel

      Babson is a nondenominational school, but there are religious services provided for students, as well as resources on campus for various religions. The chapel also is home to the Office of Faith and Service, which helped the community complete more than 31,500 hours of community service in the past year. The chapel is one of the most relaxing and peaceful places on campus. Yoga and meditation classes are held here for the whole community.

    9. Horn Library

      Horn Library offers students several spaces for studying (ranging from locations encouraging collaborative group work to the silent third floor). Here, you’ll also find the award-winning Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance, providing programs and resources to help students understand finance and investments in our global economy, including a yearlong course called the Babson College Fund, in which undergraduate and graduate students manage a $2 million portion of the Babson endowment.

    10. Horn Computer Center

      Babson provides every undergraduate student with a Lenovo laptop. This laptop comes loaded with all of the software you will need for your courses. The IT Service Center, located in the Computer Center, provides technology service and support for students.

    11. Webster

      The Webster Athletic Center houses Babson’s varsity and recreational athletic facilities. Babson Athletics sponsors 22 varsity Division III teams as well as several club sports and intramurals. Whether you’re into squash, inner tube water polo, rugby, or want to get your daily time on the elliptical, all these options are available to you at the Webster Center.

    12. Olin Hall

      Olin Hall is home to Babson’s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business, which offers Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Business Analytics, Master of Science in Finance, and Master of Science in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership programs on the Wellesley campus as well as at Babson’s Boston and San Francisco locations. Graduate students often serve as project managers for Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) team and mentors for undergraduates. Plus, there’s another dining option in Olin Hall.

    13. Blank Center

      The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship is the center of entrepreneurship on campus, home to entrepreneurship professors, the Butler Launch Pad, and office space for student-run businesses. The center offers numerous resources to students in any stage of the entrepreneurial process and fosters a community among the young entrepreneurs on campus. The center is named after Arthur M. Blank, co-founder of Home Depot and owner of the Atlanta Falcons NFL team.