Campaign priorities - Buildings

A fitting home for a world-class school

BuildingsFacility renovations, aided by a master plan, have been undertaken to ensure Fletcher's classrooms, study areas, library, and offices are on par with the School's world-class stature. These facilities encourage Fletcher students to integrate and grow as one community in an environment where classroom debates of issues, ideas, and perspectives often flow out to the common areas for ongoing discussion and analysis.

Primary Naming/Giving opportunities


Mugar 231 (major renovation) $200,000
Cabot 205 (major renovation/tiered classroom) $200,000
Cabot 206 (major renovation/tiered classroom) $200,000
Cabot 108B (new seminar room) $150,000
Cabot 102 (new seminar room) $150,000

Office suites

New and expanded Dean Suite $300,000
New Academic Dean and Executive Associate Dean Suite $200,000
New and expanded Career Services Suite $400,000
New and expanded Admissions Suite $300,000
New Admissions Interview Room $25,000
New and expanded Registrar/Student Academic Programs Suite $250,000
New and expanded Global Master of Arts Program (GMAP) Suite $200,000
New International Business Faculty Suite $400,000
New Human Security Faculty Suite (2) $75,000

Edwin Ginn Library

Reading Room $1,000,000
Memory Room $50,000
Reference area $250,000
New Library portico, outdoor seating,
and reception area $300,000
New Library lobby, circulation, and reserves area $250,000
New Periodicals space $100,000
Open stacks and study area, Level 3 $350,000
Open stacks and study area, Level 1 $200,000
Student Study Lounge $50,000
Reference Librarian Conference Room $50,000
Student Study Carrels $2,500 each

Student space

Student Lounge (new, Cabot 1st floor) $75,000
Student Activities area (new, Cabot 1st floor) $75,000
Student Study Rooms (3) $20,000 each

Function space

Cabot 702 (renovation) $200,000
Cabot 703 (renovation) $200,000
Hall of Flags (main level) $1,000,000
Hall of Flags (mezzanine level) $250,000
Function area $50,000


100 million

As of 6/30/11


Jay Dearborn

"Fletcher was my only choice for a foreign policy degree due to the unique flexibility of the curriculum that now allows me to discover varying disciplines taught by titans in their respective fields."
—Jay Dearborn, MALD, 2007