Ivester Hall, Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall
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- orange Community Spaces
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Phase III of the Business Learning Community includes two buildings and a large outdoor space. Coca-Cola Plaza separates Ivester Hall and Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall and serves as the front entryway into the Business Learning Community. It was named in recognition of many UGA alumni and friends associated with the Coca-Cola family of companies.
Ivester Hall is named for 1969 accounting graduate M. Douglas (Doug) Ivester. Located at the corner of Baxter and Lumpkin streets, the building features a 350-seat auditorium, three undergraduate classrooms, a seminar room and two conference rooms. It is also home to the Selig Center for Economic Growth, Terry College’s marketing and communications, information technology, and business offices.
Located at the corner of Baxter and Hull streets, Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall honors the couple’s longstanding support of UGA. The four-story building includes two auditoriums, four undergraduate classrooms, a behavioral lab, a computer lab for marketing research, six team rooms, nine interview rooms, and the offices for Terry’s Undergraduate Student Services.