Mabee Business Building

The Mabee Business Building is 55,000 square feet and was dedicated on September 1, 1986.  In addition to its seventeen state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, the facility includes several types of common areas: for quiet reflection, for socializing and for study.  Faculty offices and meeting rooms round out a great setting for teaching, research, study, mentoring and interaction with others.






The College of Business Atrium
is a large area in center of the Mabee Business Building where you are sure to run into professors and classmates.  With seating areas throughout the atrium, you're sure to find a perfect spot to eat, study, or just talk with friends.








The Quiet Place was dedicated by Richard and Dema Lunsford together with their children.  It has five study rooms, a small group meeting room, and a foyer.  The Quiet Place is a special place for you to study, to meet for devotionals, and to spend some time in meditation.





The classroom is your first chance to really get to know your professors. The Mabee Business Building has seventeen smart classrooms.  The rooms range from lecture halls that seat 140 students to group meeting rooms that facilitate conversation and teamwork.







The Connections Cafe is designed to connect you to other students, faculty members, and to the rest of the world.  The cafe offers PC stations, business and Christian periodicals, continuous cable news information, along with quality coffees, breakfast and lunch.  Connections Cafe is also an excellent environment for teamwork and study.



COBA's computer lab facilities equip you with the latest software skills that are highly prized by today's employers.  In addition, COBA's faculty integrates technology in their daily classroom lectures, which keeps you up to date with current technology trends.

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