The best way to get to know Mills is by visiting our campus and engaging with our intelligent and active community. From the moment you enter the front gate, you'll find yourself welcomed by century-old trees that line Richards Road. Between the Mediterranean-style buildings and the California sun, you may find yourself falling in love with the campus, as so many of our students do.
Attending an on-campus information session is a great opportunity to experience the learning community at the Lorry I. Lokey School of Business and Public Policy. You will meet currently enrolled students, alumni, your potential fellow classmates, and faculty and staff in addition to seeing the green building that houses our Business School.
An admission consultation is an informal meeting with a member of the admission staff to learn more about the program and discuss your interest in Mills. To schedule a one-on-one meeting, please contact our assistant director of graduate admission, Erin Connolly, at 510.430.3173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit a Class
Experience life at the Lokey School of Business and Public Policy first-hand by visiting one of our dynamic classes. Class visits can be scheduled through most of the academic year, and a list of courses can be found here. Class visit requests must be made two weeks in advance through this form.
Walking tours of the campus are offered by the Office of Admissions each weekday. We encourage interested students to combine a campus tour with other visit opportunities, such as admissions consultations and class visits, as detailed below. To sign up for a campus tour, please use this form. For a sneak peek of our beautiful campus, check out our virtual tour.
BUILDING FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
The innovative home of the Lokey School of Business amd Public Policy is designed to inspire success. Combining the best of contemporary architecture and educational technology with sustainability, the 28,500-square-foot facility achieved a Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. With floor-to-ceiling windows, abundant natural light, a living green roof, and open spaces designed for collaboration, it’s the perfect representation of our commitment to educating socially and environmentally responsible business leaders.
Architectural Photography: Nic Lehoux
Lokey GSB Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson