Dedicated in the fall of 2008, and named for North Dakota entrepreneur and businessman Gary Tharaldson in appreciation of Gary and Connie Tharaldson's "commitment to future generations of leaders in business and their belief in the distinctive mission of the University of Mary," this facility has state-of-the-art technology in its classrooms and auditorium. It also provides conference rooms, business faculty offices, a gathering space with an electronic ticker tape reporting current stock exchange activity and a second Marauder Cove coffee shop (MC²). It is linked to the Benedictine Center through a connecting corridor.
- Butler Hall, a 213-seat auditorium accommodates classes and presentations and through the generosity of family, recognizes Fargo business leaders Matt and JoAnn Butler.
- Kirk Lanterman Financial Center, used by finance classes and the Student Equity Club, is equipped with touch screen monitors and specialized software to provide access to financial data and information. This center recognizes North Dakota native Kirk Lanterman, now of Seattle, Washington. Kirk and Janet Lanterman are strong advocates of the university’s mission to serve and prepare ethical leaders.
- Janet Lanterman Conference Room recognizes that Janet Lanterman's "support of students seeking careers in business extends the mission of the University of Mary to lead in the service of truth." Prints of local artist, Gary Miller, depicting the travels of Lewis and Clark on the Missouri River, were selected and gifted by Janet Lanterman.
- MDU Resources Executive Education Center, a tiered classroom on lower level of the Gary Tharaldson School of Business, recognizes the Bismarck based MDU Resources Group Inc. for their strong support of student leadership development at the University of Mary. MDU Resources operates as a diversified natural resource company in the United States.