FSB Facilities

The Falls School of Business is located in Hardacre Hall on the Anderson University campus. This building houses faculty offices, technology classrooms, conference rooms and labs, student area, and Enactus. It is also the place where we gather informally, fellowship and have fun. Wireless access is available throughout the building.

As a result of a generous gift from Star Financial Bank, the Falls School of Business is home to the STAR Bank Trading Room. This classroom is a learning laboratory that is connected to the financial world. With a Smart Board, touch screens, ticker tape updates from Wall Street and dual-monitor workstations, this classroom brings together the latest technology and hands-on business education. Students managing the Raven Investment Fund have direct access to the financial world and can learn by doing as they manage a portion of the Anderson University endowment. The classroom is available to courses throughout the curriculum so that students can learn in a cutting-edge classroom environment.

AU Flagship Center

The Anderson University Flagship Center is located at I-69 and Pendleton Avenue (exit 222) in Anderson, Indiana. The facility provides more than 53,000 square feet of operational space to support the education initiatives of Anderson University. It is divided into three floors of operational space.

Star Bank Trading Room

In the summer of 2011, the Anderson University Falls School of Business welcomed construction on an exciting new addition — a financial stock trading room. The development of the room was made possible by a campaign gift from STAR Financial Bank. This live financial stock trading room will benefit all Anderson University students studying finance.

During recent years, upper-division finance students at the university have been charged with managing the Raven Investment Fund portfolio which, under their care, has outperformed the market in return and risk. Now with a trading room serving as a real-time, high-tech laboratory classroom simulating a Wall Street environment, students will be able to follow the fund’s progress as the financial world moves.

Inside the STAR Bank Trading Room


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