Reynolds Hall, named for alumnus Robert "Bob" Reynolds and his wife, Laura, sits on an iconic, riverfront site on the Downtown campus with views of the Monongahela River and direct access to the PRT, as well as from Beechurst Avenue.
Reynolds Hall is designed to enhance the educational and teaching model, and significantly enhance the student experience at West Virginia University. Creating a new center of activity for the campus, this complex will include collaborative classrooms and learning labs for virtually every discipline. Advanced technologies will connect WVU to the world, from students across campus to companies around the globe.
Earlier this week, our Chambers College Strategic Communications team, as well as IT, was given a sneak peek of the building's progress.
"The pandemic certainly didn’t hinder progress in Reynolds Hall,” said Heather Richardson, assistant dean for communications, engagement and impact. "Being able to actually stand inside of the experiential learning spaces like the Roll Capital Markets Center and the Wehrle Global Supply Chain Lab that will give our students the real-world experiences they need to be competitive on the other side of their degrees after years of planning really brings home the impact of the generosity of our dedicated alumni, corporate partners and friends. Their visions will shape this space and the innovative work that will happen inside of it to propel our student mission forward and build the next generation of business leaders with new ways of training.”
Reynolds Hall will be complete in April 2022 and ready to host its first classes for Mountaineers in Fall 2022.
Learn more the building and how to give at buildingbeyond.wvu.edu.