Pittsburg State University’s Kelce College of Business came in at number five on the Princeton Review’s 2013 list of the most family friendly schools in the United States. The list was published in the Review’s 2013 Edition of “The Best 296 Business Schools.”
The top family friendly business school on the Review’s list was Brigham Young, followed by Dartmouth, Indiana University-Bloomington, Penn State, Pittsburg State, College of William and Mary, University of Notre Dame, Duke, Cornell and the University of California-Berkeley.
Paul Grimes, dean of the Kelce College of Business, said the Review’s high ranking of the college on its family-friendly list is in line with the university’s overall reputation as a campus that cares about its students.
“The Kelce College of Business’ reputation as a family friendly school is a reflection of the Pittsburg State University character as a whole,” Grimes said. “Led by a dedicated team of faculty who are committed to helping students succeed, the Kelce College of Business is a family within the larger Pitt State family. The student responses bear that out.”
PSU President Steve Scott said the students are a major reason for the college’s success.
“We remind ourselves continually that students and their success are at the heart of everything we do,” Scott said. “That is true in the Kelce College of Business and in every department and college on campus.”