C.H. Sandage School of Business

Thank you for your interest in the C.H. Sandage School of Business, one of the largest schools at Graceland. You will be taught by caring, dedicated faculty members for whom teaching is more than just a job--it's a passion. Graceland is committed to helping students throughout their academic and social development and to assisting you in becoming the best professional that you can be.

By establishing the Sandage Center for the Study of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, Graceland University seeks to perpetuate the spirit of free enterprise in students, faculty and community. If you choose to become a member of our award-winning Enactus team (formerly known as SIFE, Students in Free Enterprise), you'll get to experience the entrepreneurial spirit first-hand by participating in projects that better the community and the planet. In May 2006, Graceland SIFE was named the U.S. National Champion and went on to compete in the SIFE World Cup against teams from 44 other countries. That year, Graceland's SIFE team finished second only to China's.

As a Graceland School of Business student, you'll also have the opportunity to participate in the Annual Entrepreneurial Roundtable, an event that brings business professionals, entrepreneurs, faculty, college and high school students together in the newly renovated Shaw Center. At the Roundtable, you'll listen to guest speakers who are community and business leaders and have opportunities to network throughout the event.

We invite you to visit our campus, meet our faculty and see what your Graceland Experience might be. Our passion is your success.To make arrangements, go to www.graceland.edu/visit, email admissions@graceland.edu, or call 866.GRACELAND. We hope to see you soon.


Steven L. Anders, Ph.D.
Professor, C.H. Sandage School of Business

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