Since our founding in 1910, the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business has maintained a tradition of education excellence. And while many things have changed in business education over the last 108 years, one thing has not – the Chaifetz School of Business’ dedication to creating successful business leaders who make a difference in the world. That commitment to excellence shines through in a variety of ways, including:
Accreditation: The school gained notoriety among business schools in 1948 when we achieved AACSB International accreditation, the premier accreditation for business programs, and we have since worked tirelessly to maintain this highly esteemed honor.
Rankings: The school has consistently strong rankings, with four programs nationally ranked in the Top 30 by U.S. News & World Report this year.
Relevant Curriculum: The way today’s business students learn and relate to the world is drastically different than even a decade ago. Through facilities such as the Edward Jones Data Analytics Lab and programs such as the Hungarian-Missouri Educational Partnership, the Chaifetz School of Business is providing today’s students more opportunities than ever to receive the education they need to be tomorrow’s leaders.
As we celebrate 200 years of Saint Louis University today, we invite you to honor the history and legacy of the school by making a gift to the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business today. In honor of SLU Giving Day, alumnus Mike Nolan (CSB, ‘61) has pledged to provide a dollar for dollar match, up to $5,000, for gifts made to the Chaifetz School of Business today.
Alumnus Mike Nolan, B.S. Accounting 1961, spent 28 years at Monsanto Co. in positions of increasing responsibility and retired as Chief Financial Officer/Controller of six different operating divisions of the company.
"Jesuit teaching served as the foundation for my personal and family life as well as my business career. I support Saint Louis University so that students today can have the same opportunity" - Mike Nolan