Support the Hammack School of Business

When Oglethorpe University moved to Atlanta in 1870 it was one of the first institutions offering business and commerce courses in the United States, blazing a trail of innovation and progress from its earliest days. Today, the Hammack School of Business (HSB) continues this bold path forward, as a place where the limits of creativity, curiosity and compassion know no bounds.

With your support, we can continue to prepare graduates to live fulfilling professional lives.

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When you designate a one-time or monthly recurring gift to the Hammack School of Business, you create opportunities for success. Your gift impacts all aspects of the student experience. Make your gift today.

Learn about how to make a more substantial impact.

Investing for the future. It’s a concept that resonates deeply within the business world and Oglethorpe alike. Our unwavering goals are focused on bolstering endowments and harnessing current-use funds to create exceptional learning opportunities for students, to empower faculty to bring cutting-edge work into the classroom, and to design programs and spaces that support and enrich educational experiences.

Through pivotal contributions to the Hammack School of Business, you can play a transformational role in ensuring our students’ success in an increasingly nuanced and ever-evolving business landscape.

Learn about the opportunities to support these priority areas.

Stephen Craft, Ph.D., Dean of the Hammack School of Business

“Aligned with the University strategic plan, the Hammack School of Business sits at the very heart of the Oglethorpe University mission. Poised at the crossroads of management education and the liberal arts, the Hammack School prepares students to be mindful and ethical business persons who are qualified to lead in an ever-transforming professional landscape.”

Dr. Stephen Craft, Dean, Hammack School of Business

Read our Case for Support

Learn more about Oglethorpe University’s Strategic Plan and how our work is aligned with the university’s goals.

Want to talk more about making an investment in the Hammack School of Business?

Stephen H. Craft, Ph.D.
Dean and Professor

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