The Economics Department is headquartered in Kirner-Johnson Building. Classrooms are "technology-enhanced," including either a projection screen and data projector or a LCD screen on the wall, and are equipped with large flat-screen computer monitors that allow students to collaborate. "Annotation screens" allow students and professors to add comments to computer displays. Four tiered "case study" classrooms have two rows of seats in a horseshoe configuration to further encourage student-teacher and student-student interaction.
The Economics Department regularly sponsors guest lecturers and holds a joint seminar series with the Economics Department at Colgate University for faculty and students. The department also regularly receives funds from Procter & Gamble for academic needs.