Harvard Business School Campus
Living on the HBS Campus
On the Harvard Business School campus, learning is not confined to the classroom. Our living arrangements, as well as our dining and recreational facilities, are designed not just for individual comfort, but also to encourage vibrant interaction among participants.
Executive Education participants live on campus in suites of six to eight single, private rooms arranged around a common area. To enhance learning and stimulate collaboration, these living groups are equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia equipment.
Individual bedrooms include a private bath and standard amenities, as well as, a desktop computer equipped with high-speed Internet access. In addition, wireless Internet is available throughout all HBS Executive Education facilities.
The program fee covers accommodations, along with tuition, books, case materials, and most meals.
To reinforce the School's extraordinary sense of community, participants share meals in a dedicated Executive Education dining facility adjacent to the residence halls.
HBS encourages all participants to maintain good health and fitness habits, providing access to the extensive fitness and recreational sports facilities at the School.
Many other conveniences are within close proximity to the residence halls, including automatic teller machines (ATMs), a post office, a pub, and a bookstore that sells insignia apparel, gift items, toiletries, and more.
Assistance is available for Executive Education participants with disabilities, which may include mobility, vision, hearing, and other physical impairments or health conditions, as well as learning disabilities. Accommodations also can be made for short-term disabilities related to accidents or medical conditions and treatments.
If you have any special needs, you may wish to take advantage of the assistance that HBS and the University offer. Please contact Ms. Nancy Dellarocco with inquiries regarding disability services (1-617-496-9753 or email@example.com.)
An Interactive Learning Environment
Every facet of an HBS Executive Education program—from participant selection…to amphitheater classroom seating…to learning group design…to social activities—is crafted carefully to promote dynamic interchange and shared learning among accomplished peers from diverse companies, industries, and countries. To reinforce the School's extraordinary sense of community, our campus learning facilities foster peer-to-peer engagement at every level, from collaborative research to casual conversation. For many participants, this is one of the most rewarding aspects of the HBS experience.
At HBS Executive Education, even the physical construction of the classrooms is carefully designed to fulfill the needs of our participatory learning model. To accommodate the energetic discussions of case-based learning, HBS classrooms feature an amphitheater seating design that gives every participant unobstructed sightlines to the boards, to the professor, and to each other, as well as cutting-edge acoustics that allow everyone to be heard without strain. Each room is fitted with multimedia technology for introducing video, presentations, and live web material into case discussions.
Knowledge and Library Services at Baker Library
The largest business library in the world, Baker Library houses more than half a million volumes and 6,900 periodicals covering most aspects of management. The library provides the HBS Executive Education community with a broad spectrum of business-related services, including management research, support for faculty scholarship, and career development.