Bond Business School Opens New Student Facilities

Executive Dean of the Bond Business School Professor Terry O’Neill, and President of the Business Students’ Association Angus Jenkins open the Business Commons

Bond University has opened an upgrade of its Bond Business School, the latest in a flurry of major projects during the university’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

The Business Commons is a modern, comfortable space that accommodates 120 students in a range of self-study areas, collaborative spaces and informal teaching areas.

It also has a staff area to support business students and an office for the Business Students’ Association.

The Business Commons was launched by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Tim Brailsford, Executive Dean of the Bond Business School Professor Terry O’Neill, and the President of the Business Students’ Association Angus Jenkins on November 5.

“In this day and age where you can pretty much do everything through that mobile device in your hand, the biggest demand we have from students is for self-study spaces,” Professor Brailsford said.

“It says something about the community of the university and the quality of our infrastructure that students want to spend time on campus.”

The final instalment of the strategy will be completed next year when a new building in the Society & Design Precinct will be opened, fulfilling a long-term commitment to students to construct 1000 new study spaces.

The Business Commons completes the vision for the Quadrangle such that on arrival, a student can enter any of the four adjacent buildings directly into high quality study spaces.

The construction of a new the Main Entrance on University Drive scheduled for first semester next year.

Other projects completed during the university’s 30th year include a new formal entrance at the intersection of University Drive and Bond University Ring Road and a FINA-ratified 10-lane, 25m short-course swimming pool.

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