IIT Stuart School of Business operates on two of IIT’s campuses. The school is headquartered at IIT’s Main Campus, located at 10 West 35th Street, which is part of Chicago’s historic Bronzeville neighborhood and is accessible by Metra, the CTA Green and Red lines, and numerous CTA bus routes.
The IIT Downtown Campus, located at 565 West Adams Street, is conveniently located in Chicago's West Loop, one block west of Union Station (Amtrak and Metra commuter rail lines) and three blocks south of Ogilvie Transportation Center (Metra commuter rail lines).
A shuttle bus service connects the Main and Downtown Campuses.
IIT’s Main Campus was designed by celebrated architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located three miles south of the Loop, IIT’s Main Campus features a library, athletic facilities, the McCormick Tribune Campus Center (MTCC), and numerous study spaces. The IIT Tower hosts Stuart faculty offices, classroom space, and dedicated student lounge and study areas.
The IIT Downtown Campus hosts Stuart’s evening courses. This modern, ten-story atrium building provides state-of-the-art computer and telecommunications facilities, and includes student activity areas, a cafeteria, the Downtown Campus Library, and the Downtown Campus Bookstore.