Alan B. Miller Hall is a symbol of the enduring spirit of William & Mary. The same entrepreneurial spirit that built W&M, Alma Mater of the Nation, lives on in Miller Hall, the home of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. In the earliest discussions of Miller Hall, the goal was to create a place of vision, community, and innovation.
Named for W&M alumnus Alan B. Miller and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, L.L.P., Miller Hall is a crossroads for learning. Most importantly, it is the home of a teaching philosophy rooted in active learning, collaboration, mentoring, and teamwork.