A Closer Look

Knight Management Center with Hoover Tower in background

12.5 acres, 9 buildings, 2 dining facilities, 100 classrooms, and plenty of meeting space.

Terrace on second floor of Patterson Building

With multiple indoor and outdoor casual meeting spots, you’ll always find a place to discuss and explore.

NGP Collaboration Lab

The NGP Collaboration Lab is a free-form space with nearly instant reconfiguration where students can regroup, rethink, and reiterate in minutes.

View From The Top with Oprah in Cemex Auditorium

Whether it’s a global business leader or a panel of campus experts, this 600-seat auditorium is ideal for large events.

Students in the work study room

These 70 rooms, equipped with wall-mounted monitors and laptop connectors, double as study and breakout spaces for students.

students in class

The 12 medium classrooms seat between 11 and 39 students, with tables that can be configured to suit specific needs or stowed to create open space.

Class in a large classroom

With space for between 66 and 80 people, these larger classrooms can be used for guest lectures, seminars, and conferences.

Spence Building in Schwab Residential Center

Adjacent to Knight Management Center, the Schwab Residential Center’s apartment-style suites house full-time students.

students meeting for coffee at TA Associates’ Café

Whether it’s a quick latte or a leisurely lunch, TA Associates’ Café is the perfect setting to get together.

This one-of-a-kind site has redefined the business school experience with its expansive, flexible architecture. It was created to grow and adapt as needs change.

The center was purposefully designed to foster collaboration both within Stanford GSB and with the rest of the larger university. The LEED® Platinum certification establishes the center as a model of sustainability.

The Knight Management Center was built upon our values. From the innovative overall design to the comprehensive recycling resources, every element reflects Stanford GSB’s core principles.

  • We engage intellectually with collaborative workspaces and plentiful meeting space.
  • We strive for greatness in working and learning spaces that inspire leadership and innovation.
  • We respect and support each other by integrating our learning and living environments and fostering collaboration. Together, we create a close-knit community offering mutual support and encouragement.
  • We act with integrity and promote environmental leadership by utilizing environmental resources in a manner that respects our planet and its people.
  • We own our actions by creating and protecting an environment that invites academic collaboration and fosters positive interactions with our colleagues.