Located between the Ordway building and Roux Library on Frank Lloyd Wright Way, the J. Carlisle Rogers building was constructed to serve as the home for the College's growing Business Department. It was dedicated to J. Carlisle Rogers, Sr., Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and his wife Ruth Rogers, both of whom were present at the dedication of the building on October 5, 1984. The Rogers Building served as the center for business and economics classes until the construction of the Becker Business Building in 2016, at which point the building became the home of the Center for Student Involvement and offices for student life administration. Within the Rogers Building was also the Jim Rogers Auditorium, posthumously named for the couple's son James C. Rogers, Jr. (Class of 1969). In 2021, this area was turned into the Snake Pit, which serves as the home for the College's E-Sports team. In March 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ashley Gibson Barnett '13 and Nick Barnett MBA '18 Outdoor Classroom was created to provide an alternative space for safer classroom instruction. The space was named after Ashley Gibson (Class of 2013) and her husband Nicholas Barnett (MBA Class of 2018), the son of Trustee Dr. Barney Barnett (Class of 1965) and Dr. Carol Jenkins Barnett (Class of 1979). In 2022, the Peter C. Golotko '90 MBA '96 Office of Career Services was added to the Rogers Building. The center was named for Peter Golotko (Class of 1990, MBA Class of 1996), President and CEO of CPS Investments as well as the Chair of the Rogers Family Foundation.