John L. Grove College of Business
Shippensburg University's Grove College of Business provides a high-quality and high-value comprehensive educational experience that prepares you to excel as a principled leader in the global business community. The business programs at Shippensburg are relevant and challenging.
Grove Hall features modern classrooms designed with a 21st century education in mind. Small classes allow faculty to work closely with you to develop strong communication, interpersonal, and teamwork skills, which are vitally important in today's business world.
Shippensburg University gratefully honors John L. and Cora I. Grove for their significant support of the "To Enhance the Tradition" Capital Campaign. John and Cora Grove were the first to make a major commitment to this campaign by establishing an endowment fund to provide for a student scholars program, research and professional development and new initiatives within the College of Business. More Information
The John L. Grove College of Business, established in 1971, is one of the premier business schools in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Since 1981, our college has been internationally accredited by the most prestigious business-accrediting agency, AACSB International. Timeline of the history of the College of Business.
Welcome to the John L. Grove College of Business! We are proud of providing AACSB accredited business programs at low cost. In addition to excellent academic programs, I would like to also introduce you to our faculty, student organizations, services, and student related programs. We have an excellent faculty with diverse professional, research, and teaching interest. Classes are held in smaller settings with top of the state-of-the-arts facilities, which support our efforts to serve your educational needs. Explore the possibilities of our nationally acclaimed Grove College of Business where "Our Goal is Your Success!" More information
The John L. Grove College of Business is committed to continuous improvement in student learning. Our model for continuous improvement of student learning is based on Deming's cycle of four repetitive steps, “plan-do-check-act.” Using Deming's cycle as a Kaizen principle, we focus on “improvement” in students' achievement of our learning goals and objectives. More Information