Below are various Citadel student resources, such as academic resources, career resources, orientation, OneCard, parking, technology and veteran services. Also find resources for Citadel business students only, which include the Kerr Reading Room, Bastin Financial Lab and Microsoft DreamSpark Premium.
The Kerr Reading Room, located at 261 Bond Hall, was created to provide students with a quiet study space, a place to meet classmates to work on group projects, and a place to relax and read a book. The Kerr Reading Room is open every school day for all business students to use. A well lighted central area boasts a five-foot by seven-foot projection screen linked to a workstation for the development of presentations, group work and meeting discussions. The conference table seats up to ten people comfortably. In addition, attached to the main area of the room are three private study rooms with monitoring windows each equipped with 32″ LG monitors and workstations for individuals or small groups to review projects.
Bastin Financial Lab is a state-of-the-art lab that is built to simulate a real trading floor, features 29 computer terminals with 19-inch dual monitors, a 22 foot, full-color ticker display, a 92″ LED market video wall, two 55″ data displays and access to a wide range of financial data and analytical tools. The lab aims to extend educational goals by connecting theory to real-world applications, increase student knowledge and expertise, and help students build their leadership skills. The lab is also used extensively by the Citadel Financial Management Association to manage a real-money portfolio.
Microsoft DreamSpark Premium
DreamSpark is a Microsoft Program that supports technical education by providing access to Microsoft software for learning, teaching and research purposes. DreamSpark is simple: it’s all about giving students Microsoft professional-level developer and designer tools at no cost so that students can chase their dreams and create the next big breakthrough in technology – or just get a head start on their career.