Meinders school of business


Our Facilities

Herman Meinders, a university trustee and longtime benefactor of the university, funded the $18 million state-of-the-art home for our business students. The school contains cutting-edge technology in more than 12 teaching rooms, four executive classrooms, large and small conference rooms, four computer labs, a student/faculty lounge to facilitate collaboration and mentoring, breakout rooms for small-group meetings, and a 250-seat, theater-styled auditorium. In an on-site learning center, students can video and review mock interviews and presentations, and in a career center, they can take online selfassessments and obtain career-planning resources and assistance.

With the growth in distance learning, executive classrooms are equipped with Polycom RealPresence to stream live video of the classroom experience. This technology captures two components: video of the instructor and digital content used during class. Both components are viewed side-by-side in the distance student’s Web browser. Combined with JoinProf, a student response system, distance students can interact with the class in real time. Class content is also available for viewing after it is captured. This feature benefits students who wish to review material or are unable to attend the live lecture.

The three-story business school building, with its red-brick and glass exterior, adds a dramatic highlight to the 104-acre, park-like campus. Located on the northeast side of campus, the Meinders School opened in 2003 and is one of the largest capital investments in the history of Oklahoma City University

Take a virtual tour of the OCU campus.  Be sure to check out the Meinders School of Business!

Kerr-McGee Auditorium
Large & Small Gardner Conference Room
Norick Lounge
Executive Classrooms
Computer Labs
Steven C. Agee Executive Conference Room