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Dear Alumni and Friends,

Among the many accomplishments of the College of Business Administration, the completion of the comprehensive renovation project of the Commerce and Finance Building and the reaffirmation of AACSB accreditation marked academic year 2003-04 as one of the most successful years in the history of the College.

Faculty, staff and students moved back into the newly renovated C&F building last summer. The College is grateful to all the donors whose generosity has provided the College with a state-of-the-art facility, in particular:

Bank One
George P. Barnes
Gary Baumann
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bousquette
Butzel Long
Michael R. and Margaret M. Desmet
Ken and Mary Elliott
John W. and Cheryll A. Ennest
John M. and Mary Sue Everly
Ford Motor Company
E. Daniel and Margaret A. Grady
James E. Haas
Robert W. and Katherine Hendry
Jeffrey B. Kane
Nancy G.and John C. Kennedy III
Raymond J. LeVeque
Greg and Marilyn Magreta
The Mary G. Stange Charitble Trust
Linda M. Miller
Thomas F. Mulroy
National City Bank
Jane Kay Nugent
Robert B. and Kathlee P. Rosowski
Emil Simon ’85
J. Clarke and Patricia C. Smith ’64
Thomas J. and Dorothy J. Stuart
Joseph M. and Diane Walsh
Anne and Martin Welch

The official dedication of the C&F building was held on September 30, 2004 at an open house. The culmination of the event was a blessing of the building by UDM President Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J. The event was attended by a large number of alumni and guests.

The faculty and staff of the College of Business Administration are proud to receive the reaffirmation of accreditation of undergraduate and graduate business programs by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The College of Business Administration remains the only private college in Michigan accredited by AACSB International.

Other markers reflect signs of our success. In Fall 2004, Beta of Michigan was once again named a Premier Chapter by the National Office of Beta Gamma Sigma. This recognition will make it possible to send an outstanding student to the National Leadership Forum in February 2005. And once again, a scholarship from Beta Gamma Sigma to be awarded to an outstanding student in the College of Business Administration.
The College continued its commitment to develop new programs:

As we look to the future, the College of Business Administration remains committed to providing the excellent student-centered Catholic education that has produced generations of successful business leaders.