Part-time Kellogg students attend classes in downtown Chicago, near the financial heart of the city. All classes are held at the school’s Wieboldt Hall, a historic building at 340 East Superior Street that has recently undergone substantial renovation.
In Wieboldt you’ll find 17 classrooms, 20 rooms for group study, a computer lab complete with printers and scanners, and a bustling café. Wired and wireless connections throughout the building give you Internet access day and night. Wieboldt also houses faculty and administrative offices for the part-time program.
Wieboldt is home to the Schaffner Library, where you’ll find more than 110,000 volumes and pamphlets, more than 1,000 periodicals, and a variety of business databases such as AdSpender. As a Kellogg student, you’ll also have access to the University Library on Northwestern’s Evanston campus—one of the largest university libraries in the United States—and to a wide range of libraries in the Chicago area and beyond, including online reference tools.
Students can take some of their evening classes with full-time MBA students, both in Chicago and on the Evanston campus, offering both a change of venue and an opportunity to expand their network.