Campuses & Facilities
The Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas is a flourishing academic community. State-of-the-art facilities provide students, faculty and staff with classroom, meeting, commons and office space designed to enhance and enable learning.
Undergraduate business programs are housed primarily on the St. Paul campus, while graduate business programs are housed primarily on the downtown Minneapolis campus. A free shuttle bus for UST students, staff and faculty runs between the two campuses.
Schulze Hall was designed to facilitate teaching, learning and innovation. Built and opened in 2005 in downtown Minneapolis, Schulze Hall brings together graduate and undergraduate degree programs in entrepreneurship, as well as research centers and institutes.
Schulze Hall is named for Richard M. Schulze, founder of Best Buy. Schulze is a longtime friend of the university and one of the nation's leading entrepreneurs.
McNeely Hall includes 75,000 square feet of classroom, computer lab, meeting and office space. This state-of-the-art facility is the center of the Opus College of Business activities on the St. Paul campus and home to the undergraduate program. Many university events are held in The Great Room on the first floor.
McNeely Hall is named for Harry McNeely, Jr., a member of the St. Thomas Board of Trustees since 1969, and a generous benefactor to the university.