The Gallagher Building features many types of rooms and common public spaces, making it the ideal venue to accommodate the needs of a conference, seminar or special event. Please contact College of Business Events and Building Manager, Madison Huffman at firstname.lastname@example.org 406-243-6276 for more information or to schedule your event.
Built in 1996, the William and Rosemary Gallagher Business Building demonstrates the ongoing support of our commitment to quality education. The building itself was funded in part by individuals and corporate executives who saw the need to create a technologically up-to-date facility to prepare students for our rapidly changing economy.
The Gallagher Business Building has over $2 million in state-of-the-art information technology designed to serve the needs of students. The four computer labs available for student use include the 44-station General Access Student Lab, the 50-station Instructional Lab, the 60-station Collaboration Lab, and the 20-station Microsoft Certified Training Lab.
The College of Business strives to provide students with a unique technology-enriched learning environment in the Gallagher Business Building by staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in technology. Thanks to our partnership with corporate giants such as Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard, we continue to be at the leading edge of technology and offer the best resources for students, faculty and staff.
The Gallagher Business Building is equipped with a variety of rooms which are used for training and instruction. The rooms range from those built for presentation and computer training, to those equipped for conducting focus groups and video conferencing. All of the rooms in the facility are well appointed and spacious, which enables lecturing and learning to be comfortable as well as professional.
Overall, the building hosts four fully configured computer labs, three rooms specifically designed to enable video conferencing, 13 spacious presentation rooms and one room designed for conducting focus groups.