Business is changing, so is Haskayne
Mathison Hall will be a place for the Haskayne community to gather, connect and learn. As the economic landscape changes in Alberta and beyond, so does the nature of business education. These changes demand new programs, new ways of thinking, new technology and a new approach to learning. The opening of Mathison Hall is a once-in-a-generation opportunity, and it’s an exciting time for the Haskayne School of Business, students and community.
Take a look into Mathison Hall
Located adjacent to Scurfield Hall on the University of Calgary campus, the new building is set to be completed in Fall of 2022. The building is designed with students in mind and includes 12 new classrooms with state-of-the-art technologies, dozens of breakout rooms and generous informal seating areas for students to study and socialize.
Gathering & Connection
Mathison Hall will be a place for the Haskayne community to gather and connect. Haskayne Bachelor of Commerce student Kristy Wong explains why this is so important to the business student experience.
Undergraduate Student Spaces
Bachelor of Commerce student and Haskayne Students' Association president Akari Maeda explains how she'll use the new formal and informal spaces in Mathison Hall.
Graduate Student Spaces
The fourth floor of Mathison Hall is dedicated to the graduate student experience. The space includes an all-new graduate student lounge. Haskayne alumni Udit Jaradi explains the benefits of having a dedicated space for MBA, Master of Management and PhD students.
Construction update: Mathison Hall on time to open in late 2022
New Haskayne School of Business building set to shape generations of business leaders...