More than a Building


We raised $88 million of our $80 million goal for a 100% donor-funded, future-facing building that will serve as the learning hub for our programs and our students. Marion Anderson Hall opened in January, 2020, with a dedication ceremony to come in February.

Marion Anderson Hall

A state-of-the-next learning environment

$88 Million
$80 Million

Transform Business Education



learning needs for 21st-century careers


opportunities for innovative pedagogy


to growth in programs


with leading business schools

The new building allows UCLA Anderson to address changes in the learning technologies and career needs of the 21st century. Classrooms with the latest technologies for innovative pedagogy and programming, breakout rooms with the flexibility for collaborative learning environments and meeting and event areas will bring the Anderson community together and present the opportunity for purposeful design that advances Anderson’s culture of sharing success, thinking fearlessly and driving change.

“ When the request came for naming gifts for Marion Anderson Hall, we thought, ‘This is a no-brainer.’ We admired and loved Marion so much. ”

Naming Benefactor, Morrison Family Board Room

Donald Morrison
Professor Emeritus
UCLA Anderson Board of Advisors
Sherie Morrison
Professor of Microbiology
Naming Benefactors, Morrison Family Center for Marketing Studies and Data Analytics

Marion Anderson Hall Facts


How You Can Make an Impact


By naming a space in the new building, you will:


Create a legacy that will inspire our community for generations to come


Contribute to best-in-class learning technologies that open the door to our students’ future success


Expand our learning and collaboration spaces, admissions, academic and career support, as well as group study rooms


Who Our Donors Are

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