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“By expanding both physically and programmatically, we are better able to provide for the members of our community remarkable opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom.”
-Ira Solomon
Dean, A. B. Freeman School of Business

Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex

The A. B. Freeman School of Business is pleased to announce a planned expansion of its buildings on the Uptown campus of Tulane University. With explosive growth in the number of students, faculty, and class offerings, combined with a rapidly changing environment for business schools, the Freeman School is at both a critical and exciting time in its history.

The project, which will connect GWI and GWII to create the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex, is being led by the world renowned architectural firm Pelli Clarke Pelli.

Key initiatives include:

  • New and renovated flexible classrooms
  • New breakout rooms and areas
  • New faculty offices
  • New incubator and start-up spaces
  • New financial analysis lab
  • A Student Gateway, a new entrance from the Monroe Quad
  • Expansion of the Career Management Center
  • A multipurpose Commons area
  • Space to support Academic Institute and Center growth
  • LEED Gold Certification

Support Us

The Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex is one of President Michael Fitts’ top University priorities. Thanks to the generous support of alumni, parents, and friends, we are in a position to move ahead with the planned expansion of the business school buildings on the Uptown campus.

We are actively fundraising for this project, and a range of exciting naming opportunities are currently available. Examples include:

  • Breakout rooms and areas
  • Faculty offices
  • Group study spaces
  • Interview rooms
  • Advisor offices
  • Classrooms

Gifts to this project may be fulfilled through multi-year commitments and can be funded with either cash or securities.

We invite you to learn more about how you can support this project. Please contact the Development Office by calling 504-862-8497 or email