Facilities and Resources

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Glass Hall

Equipped and up-to-date classrooms and the University’s wireless network affords additional flexibility and mobility to all fashion students studying within Glass Hall. Offices in Glass Hall include the Career Center.

Designing your business success

As a program in the College of Business, merchandising and fashion product development students benefit from the use of the college’s resources. The College of Business is an area leader in business education with courses and career counseling to help you excel, whether you plan to work for an agency or begin your own company.

Cutting edge in fashion

Students will learn and develop original designs using the most up-to-date 3D design software. This prepares them for well-paid jobs upon graduation. The merchandising program is making a transition from traditional to online retail, which teaches students 3D retailing, business analysis and social-media impact.

Our new, state-of-the-art merchandising and fashion design lab is equipped with Browzwear, Adobe Creative Suite and MockShop visual-retailing tool. Students also have access to industrial embroidery and sewing machines.


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Address: 851 S John Q Hammons Pkwy Springfield, MO, 65897
Building abbreviation: GLAS