The College of HRSM has occupied the Carolina Coliseum since 1969. Located in the southwest corner of campus, the coliseum is surrounded by exciting new developments. From the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center, the Greek Village, new student housing centers and restaurants, to the new Darla Moore School of Business building, we've seen a lot of changes during our stay at the coliseum.
In addition to these changes, this year saw the College of HRSM's largest freshman class ever, and we continue to grow. With a growth in faculty and staff as well (65 faculty members to date), we have outgrown our space in the Carolina Coliseum. That's why we are excited to announce that there are plans to move into a new home on campus providing us with the space and technology to support our growing programs.
This move will centralize all of our academic classes into an educational facility that has been designed specifically for innovative, hands-on learning opportunities, with a welcoming environment for HRSM students, alumni and guests. We'll be sure to keep you informed of all the details as they become available.
Located on the historic Horseshoe, just one block from the State Capitol complex, the McCutchen House offers a variety of culinary classes and dining opportunities for the entire Columbia community. Learn more about McCutchen House.