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OSU Buildings Histories in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center

Building History

Oregon State College of Business

Built in 2014, this airy 100,000-square-foot building fosters discussion and collaboration, and a 21st century business education. More than 100 donors made five-figure gifts or more, with Ken and Joan Austin and the Al and Pat Reser family providing the lead gifts for this $50 million building. It houses 10 classrooms with a total of 700 seats, plus 23 project rooms all equipped with big screens and other tools to foster collaboration. Austin Hall is also the home to Trader Bing's Cafe, an atrium with sofas, a fireplace and a live feed of the stock market. “Bing’s” is a nod to OSU business alumnus and donor Bernie “Bing” Newcomb, who co-founded E*TRADE.

General Information

Address 2751 SW Jefferson Way
Architect Unknown (?)
Year Built 2014
Renovations N/A
Square Footage 107,613
Purpose/Usage School of Business; Classrooms, Project rooms; Trader Bing's Cafe

Previous Name(s) N/A
Namesake N/A Major donors Ken and Joan Austin

Historic District Yes; Non-historic Building

Unknown (?)



Photographs N/A

Further Archival Information

College of Business: Austin Hall information and quick facts about the building.