Welcome to Mammel Hall
Made possible by the largest single donation in UNO’s history, it was specifically designed for business students — offering collaborative breakout rooms for team projects as well as open areas and private settings for independent study.
The interior of the three-story, 120,000-square-foot building has many impressive features:
- An atrium with interactive, touch-screen historical and informational digital displays
- Breakout rooms for student collaboration
- A two-story, 190-seat auditorium
- Lounge areas for students to study and relax
- A student-operated coffee shop and food store, Stedman's Cafe
- Bridges and skywalks linking areas of the building
- Glass-walled classrooms and meeting rooms outfitted with computer hookups, LCD monitors and other technology to enhance learning
- Laboratories for investment science, innovation and entrepreneurship, executive decision making and technology
- Technology that will enhance the education process and accomodate a wide range of presentations
Mammel Hall is also green-friendly. It’s the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) gold-certified academic building in the state of Nebraska. All its signs are electronic and are powered down to conserve resources overnight. Outside, rain gardens capture runoff from parking lots to help remove pollutants and nurture a native garden.
Would you like to hold your event at Mammel Hall?
The building can accommodate small or large groups and has impressive spaces to provide your organization with an amazing experience. For more information, call 402.554.2303.
Want to reserve a Mammel Hall breakout room?
Students may reserve breakout rooms for group projects or study sessions. To reserve a room, call 402.554.4109. You may also visit Mammel Hall 217 to reserve a room in person. A valid MavCard is required.
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