Taro Hall

Taro Hall was built in 1990 and like the Mackenzie Chown complex, was designed by renowned architect and former Brock chancellor Raymond Moriyama. It contains three floors of classrooms and offices and is the home of the Goodman School of Business. Taro Hall is named for Taro Properties Ltd., a St. Catharines land development company that donated $1 million dollars to the project, which at the time was the single largest donation in the University’s history.

Fast fact: Brock’s Goodman’s School of Business has established itself as a top-tier business school. It has earned accreditation from several esteemed organizations, including the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB) International. It has also developed a prestigious international profile through 30 exchange partnerships, and a successful chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma International Society.

Website: Goodman School of Business

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