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About Our Building

  • COBE students in a team room in the Micron Business and Economics Building at Boise State
    Our building is student friendly

    Team rooms throughout the building can be reserved ahead or on the spot.

  • COBE students in MBEB, Dykman Trading Room at Boise State
    Our building is equipped.

    Computer stations for student use throughout the building.

  • Micron Business and Economics Building at night
    Our building is smart.

    Energy-saving automation -- lights, heating and cooling turn off when rooms are not occupied.


Map of MBEB here (PDF).

Physical Location and Features

Located on the corner of Capitol Blvd. and University Dr., the Micron Business and Economics Building (MBEB) is a four-story, 118,890-square-foot building designed to emphasize student learning, research and community collaboration. Features include state-of-the art classrooms, a 250-seat lecture hall, student commons area that includes food service, unique student work spaces, a financial technology classroom, financial trading room, productive spaces for research and a vibrant courtyard.

Building Hours:

M-Th 6:45 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.; Fri. 6:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (except spring, Thanksgiving and winter break weeks).

March 20-21, 2017, MBEB will CLOSE at 5:30 p.m.

Building Manager

Contact Gail Puccetti (gailpuccetti@boisestate.edu), if you have any concerns regarding the building or would like to reserve a meeting room.

Video

Flyover views of the Micron Business and Economics Building, plus how we are inspiring our students to achieve their dreams.

Green Features of the Building

Behind the red brick, this building is green. The Micron Business and Economics building was built to an energy use standard nearly 50% better than the energy code required in 2012. Green elements in this building include geothermal heating delivered through radiant chilled beams requiring very low air flows, highly automated HVAC and lighting, super-insulated walls and glazing systems. A live green roof, occupancy sensors, use of recycled and recyclable materials and much more makes the Micron Business and Economics Building a model of environmental stewardship and sustainability.

Learn more about specific green features.