Krumm Business Center
The Krumm Business Center houses the Business Administration and Accounting Departments, with classrooms, gathering space, and two computer labs. iPIX Tour
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Krumm Business Center Exterior
Completed in 1994, the Krumm Business Center, located to the west of Cowles Communication Center, bears the name of Daniel J. Krumm, former CEO of the Maytag Corporation and a long-time benefactor of the university. It houses classrooms, faculty offices, the Richard O. Jacobson Computer Center, conference rooms and offices for the College for Professional and Adult Learning.
If you are a Business Administration or Accounting major, you may attend a class, a colloquium, or a seminar in the Krumm Center’s Pioneer Centrum, a lecture hall that accommodates about 100. The Centrum, along with the other classrooms in Krumm, is a Smart classroom.
Krumm Computer Lab
The Krumm Business Center labs contain the most recent versions of office programs, have CD/DVD burning capabilities, USB ports, Internet access and printers. You may work on classroom assignments, write research papers or just check your e-mail in the labs, which are open week days from 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m., as well as shorter hours on weekends.