Together for Good

North Campus

Crowe Hall

Architects: PROCON, Manchester, New Hampshire
Occupancy: August 2016

Crowe Hall is a three-story, 50,000-square-foot academic pavilion that houses Merrimack’s Girard School of Business as well as flexible learning environments and event space for students, faculty and staff across campus. It features 14 modern classrooms, the Mucci Capital Markets Lab, the Financial Capability Center, the Applied Project Learning Center and the Lucey Center for Business Advising. The building is named for benefactors Michael Crowe ’92, H’17, P’17, chair of the board of trustees, and his wife, Kerridan, P’17.

 

  • Entryway announces your arrival at Crowe Hall.
    Entryway announces your arrival at Crowe Hall.
  • Exterior view of Crowe Hall.
    Exterior view of Crowe Hall.
  • The lobby is a hub of activity.
    The lobby is a hub of activity.
  • The building was designed to encourage student-faculty interaction.
    The building was designed to encourage student-faculty interaction.
  • The configuration of the classrooms facilitate learning and discussion.
    The configuration of the classrooms facilitate learning and discussion.
  • A view into the window-paneled Mucci Capital Markets Lab.
    A view into the window-paneled Mucci Capital Markets Lab.