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Table of Contents,LFGSM Directory 1,Academic Calendar 2016 17 2. About Lake Forest Graduate School of Management 3,Philosophy and Mission Statement 3. LFGSM s Mission Vision and Edge 3, History of Lake Forest Graduate School of Management 4. Who We Are 4,What We Teach 4, Leadership Learning TM The LFGSM Learning and Teaching Philosophy 5. Our Business Leader Faculty 5,Our Students 6,Learning Delivery Models 6.
Core Competencies 7,Student Services 8,Admissions Policies and Entrance Requirements 9. Academic Policies 13,Academic Credit Hour Policy 13. Transfer Credit 14,Course Waiver for Credit 14,Credit for Prior Learning 14. Changing Degree Programs 14,Grading System 15,Maximum Time to Completion 18. Academic Honors 18,The Hotchkiss Scholar Award 18, Standard of Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP Policy 19.
Academic Load 20,Attendance and Coursework Policy 20. Temporary Leave of Absence Program Exit Policy 21,Student Records 21. Student Conduct 22,Computer Requirements Policy 22. Student Verification and Authentication 23,Reference Resources 23. Academic Freedom 23,Academic Honesty Plagiarism Policy 23.
Copying Copyrighted Materials 23,Student Complaint Policy and Log 24. Financial Policies 26,Tuition and Fees 26,Financial Aid 27. Cancellation Refund Policies 29,Graduate Degree Program Descriptions 31. Leadership MBA Program 31,Immersion MBA Program 36. Master of Science in Management MSM 38,Course Descriptions 40.
Consumer Information and Policies 51,Student Right to Know 51. Campus Security Policy Campus Crime Statistics Act and Emergencies 52. Americans with Disabilities Act 54,Title IX Non Discrimination Policy 54. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA 54. Solomon Act 55, Illinois Firearm Conceal Carry Act Public Act 098 0063 55. True and Correct Statement 55,Effective Date 56,Accreditation Ownership Locations Licensing 56. Administration and Faculty 58,LFGSM Directory,Bryan J Watkins EdD.
bwatkins lfgsm edu 847 574 5270,Vice President and Chief Academic Officer. Cheryl Boncuore PhD,cboncuore lfgsm edu 847 574 5159. Dean of Faculty and Degree Programs,Registrar registrar lfgsm edu 847 574 5208. LFGSM 24 7 Online Support Center,lfgsm edusupportcenter com 866 471 4249. Support lfgsm edu,ADMISSIONS AskAdmiss lfgsm edu 847 574 5240.
STUDENT ACCOUNTS StudentAccounts lfgsm edu 847 574 5228. FINANCIAL AID OFFICE FinAid lfgsm edu 847 574 5264. STUDENT SERVICES 847 574 5158,Student Services studentservices lfgsm edu. Tutoring tutor lfgsm edu,Career Management careerservices lfgsm edu. Academic Calendar for 2016 2017,Summer Fall Winter 1 No Classes. June 27 August 29 October 24 December 19 2016, August 20 2016 October 22 2016 December 17 2016 January 7 2017. Winter 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Graduation,January 9 March 6 May 1 TBD.
March 4 2017 April 29 2017 June 24 2017, Weeknight classes at Lake Forest and Schaumburg meet on Monday Tuesday Wednesday. or Thursday from 6 30 10 00 p m,LFGSM facilities will be closed. Saturday morning classes at Lake Forest meet from 8 30 a m 12 00 p m on the following dates. Weeknight classes at Allstate meet from 5 30 9 00 p m July 4 2016. September 5 2016, Weeknight classes at HCSC meet from 4 30 8 00 p m November 24 2016. November 26 2016, Online courses begin their weekly sessions on Monday and end on Saturday at May 29 2017. 11 59 pm Central Time, Important Contact Information Instructors will make alternate.
arrangements for courses, General Information Registrar Academic Financial Aid scheduled on these days. 847 234 5005 Records finaid lfgsm edu,registrar lfgsm edu. Admissions Rebecca Kim,admissions lfgsm edu Chris Perlstrom 847 574 5264. 847 574 5208,Sue Sternberg Student Accounts, 847 574 5240 Diana Booth studentaccounts lfgsm edu. 847 574 5152,Student Services AJ Rodino,studentservices lfgsm edu 847 574 5228.
Currie Gasche 847 574 5158,Classes are offered at,Lake Forest Schaumburg Online Corporate sponsored. Conway Park 1300 E Woodfield Road my LFGSM edu MBA classes meet at. 1905 W Field Court Suite 600 designated locations,Lake Forest IL 60045 Schaumburg IL 60173. 847 234 5005 847 234 5005,For more information visit www lakeforestmba edu. As you browse through our Academic Catalog or use it to acquire specific. information you will quickly note that a clear philosophy is evident in every. facet of Lake Forest Graduate School of Management Whether you have. had an opportunity to dialogue with our Business Leader Faculty. collaborate with our students or network with our alumni it is obvious that. at the very core of Lake Forest Graduate School of Management lies one. firm belief as we create Broad Thinkers we are also creating Strong. Leaders This remains as the foundation upon which our educational. teaching and learning community is built, As you continue to frame and reframe your educational goals I trust that. the insights and information provided on the following pages will assist you. in formulating your own plan of action and navigating your own course. toward completing your graduate business leadership education We at. Lake Forest Graduate School of Management stand ready to assist and we. wish you continued success,Respectfully I remain,Bryan J Watkins Ed D.
Vice President and Chief Academic Officer,About Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Philosophy and Mission Statement, Welcome to Lake Forest Graduate School of Management LFGSM a community of successful business. professionals highly motivated to advance careers and improve organizations through lifelong graduate business. education If your professional goals include advancing transitioning or launching your career through a richer. understanding of the key areas of business and leadership consider the benefits of joining our business. community and earning an LFGSM graduate degree or Graduate Leadership Certificate. LFGSM s Mission Vision and Edge,Our Mission, We are an independent not for profit accredited business management education enterprise dedicated to. improving the competence confidence and ability of working professionals and organizations to make significant. business contributions that lead to outstanding and measurable results. Our Vision, To be an unparalleled community of business professionals that creates and captures value by providing. affordable accessible and accountable business management education solutions that address emerging. business challenges, We distinguish ourselves by delivering collaborative degree and non degree business management education.
that is contemporary in content relevant to the workplace led by proven business leaders and designed and. facilitated for business impact For our students the LFGSM edge is our Leadership LearningTM Learning and. Teaching Philosophy and the Leadership Learning model unique learning approaches expressly designed to. ensure that our students master management competencies apply that mastery immediately to real business. problems and achieve business impact, History of Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. The post World War II economy was growing rapidly While seasoned people were available they lacked the. breadth of experience necessary to qualify them for increasing responsibility To meet the challenge three. leading Illinois companies Abbott Laboratories Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation and Johns Manville. Products Corporation joined with Lake Forest College in 1946 to form the Lake Forest College Industrial. Management Institute IMI IMI provided practical applicable management knowledge and experience to help. managers meet rapidly changing business needs, IMI soon evolved into Lake Forest Graduate School of Management In the 1960s LFGSM became the. independent non profit graduate school of management that it is today In 1978 the Higher Learning. Commission HLC accepted LFGSM for accreditation A year later the Illinois Board of Higher Education IBHE. recognized LFGSM as a Master of Business Administration MBA granting institution In 2006 HLC accepted. LFGSM into the Academic Quality Improvement Program AQIP a quality based program for continued. accreditation that promotes excellence through continuous improvement. Who We Are, Lake Forest Graduate School of Management is a collaborative learning community dedicated solely to the. advancement of business leadership competencies for business professionals Our community comprises. business professional students alumni volunteers Business Leader Faculty and donors as well as some of. the largest and most successful corporations in the Chicagoland area We are committed to supporting lifelong. learning business leadership and measurable career and business impact Our unique collaborative community. identifies emerging business trends and challenges creates and supports broad leadership competencies. instills emotional connections builds relationships and networks encourages discovery and contributes to. professional leadership advancement for all members Our alumni Business Leader Faculty and Board. members hold key positions at leading companies Volunteer alumni mentors support students with the type of. feedback and guidance that can only come from someone who has walked in their shoes Finally LFGSM s. leadership team is comprised of seasoned business and education leaders who bring extensive hands on. experience to everything we do, LFGSM has grown to be one of the largest graduate management programs in the Midwest Today our graduate. degrees are specifically designed for accomplished professionals who want to develop strong leadership skills. and a broader perspective of critical business functions in order to advance their careers. Our Corporate Learning Solutions CLS group is committed to providing high quality non degree business. management education CLS derives a portion of its content faculty and course delivery from the graduate. degree programs Equally important the insight that CLS gains into emerging business trends contributes to the. continuous updating of the graduate degree program curriculum. What We Teach, Our practical experiential programs leverage the deep insights of our faculty and employ research based adult.
learning principles Beyond learning contemporary business concepts theories and practices our students. develop critical thinking and leadership skills which result in advanced business acumen and more sophisticated. executive decision making capabilities Students who are less experienced develop and practice the necessary. business acumen and decision making capabilities to fast forward their careers This results in business. professionals who can make significantly measurable positive contributions to their careers their organizations. and their communities, LFGSM continually works to improve the quality relevance and depth of our graduate level business leadership. degree programs We are committed to designing the learning approach and assessments to gain the desired. business impact We work with the business community and maintain a dynamic dialogue with business leaders. to continually reinforce our connection to the stakeholders we serve These strong reciprocal relationships are. extremely important to the continued value of LFGSM graduate degree programs and Corporate Learning. Solutions Through indirect and direct assessments of measurable learning outcomes and subsequent analysis. of assessment data faculty members and the administration help the School and its students continually. We continually seek out the most current business thinking and experiential educational elements to integrate. into our course content and delivery Our mission requires us to ensure that our graduates properly apply their. learning for business impact Our belief that Broad Thinkers Make Strong Leaders and our emphasis on the. four program competencies Know Yourself Understand the Business Relate to People and Deliver Results. thread through all degree programs and course goals. Leadership Learning TM The LFGSM Learning and Teaching Philosophy. The LFGSM Leadership Learning approach provides innovative affordable and accessible business leadership. education solutions that address emerging business challenges and get measurable business results The. learning environment whether in the classroom or online is about experience providing a practical. approach to business leadership education that enables students to learn it today use it today Graduate. degree and Certificate Programs are based in business competencies are action focused and use a variety of. experiential learning methods that are directly linked to the capabilities companies need to face the dynamic. complexities of today s business environment, The activities materials and learning technologies used at LFGSM mirror the business world We encourage. students to be forward thinking take ownership of their learning experience practice what they learn and engage. in active participation as individuals and in teams The goal is to provide opportunities for students to apply their. insights directly and immediately supporting their ability to utilize relevant concepts and tools while using. technology that is present in the business environment. Facilitated discussion case studies computer simulations and exercises role play and team projects and. presentations help students apply face to face and online learning to current workplace projects to achieve. business impact Students build skills and confidence while developing a greater understanding of the. relationships among disciplines, LFGSM believes that effective business education occurs when Business Leader Faculty interact with business. professional students in a manner that incorporates research based best practice teaching techniques and. technologies Accordingly LFGSM s instructional design principles are experiential that is they are structured. to allow maximum opportunities for students to learn by doing This approach involves concise and relevant. lecturettes effective use of technology and structured opportunities that allow students to practice review and. learn from others It also provides students the opportunity to integrate skills by applying them to both simulated. and real business situations,Our Business Leader Faculty. LFGSM faculty members are experienced business professionals leading courses within their contemporary. subject matter expertise As a group they demonstrate a deep understanding of emerging business trends and. technologies along with a student centered passion for developing business leaders Faculty members. demonstrate their business credentials and contemporary subject matter expertise by participating in the. business community including the digital community and by participating in LFGSM faculty development. activities and other LFGSM community events, Today a key point in our differentiation and an important component in the delivery of our business.
management education is our faculty We prefer a part time faculty comprised of business professionals. because of the value of their real life experiences This experiential approach helps our students directly relate. class material to actual business situations and quickly transfer learning to their workplace Faculty members. bring a high level of strategic perspective honed from years of work experience a facilitative style leveraged by. educational technology and a passion to develop their students business and leadership competencies Their. active participation in business provides an understanding of the evolving needs and complexities of today s. organizations This differs significantly from traditional programs that tend to rely on tenured professors and. business theory as the primary components of their program delivery. Working together engaging the students using the Learning and Teaching Philosophy and being lifelong. learners themselves energizes our faculty members to stimulate students intellectual growth LFGSM. recognizes the vital role that the faculty members play in our community and is committed to continuously. developing their skills as effective teachers of business professionals Faculty are business professionals serving. business professionals They are actively engaged in our learning community by teaching in both degree and. non degree programs guest lecturing and developing curriculum Faculty members serve as subject matter. experts instructional designers and course facilitators to develop and deliver curricula that address the critical. skills that students will find essential to advance their careers The role of the faculty is to facilitate the learning. process by bringing in relevant and contemporary examples drawn from their own experience They provide. invaluable guidance and feedback helping learners to tie their readings and experiences to key business. Our Students, Students value our close ties to the business community This is one of the primary reasons students choose. our graduate leadership programs LFGSM students are typically functional experts working professionals. with a specific area of deep business expertise and a strong desire to advance their careers through graduate. level leadership education These functional experts include research scientists engineers sales and marketing. professionals IT professionals and human resource specialists looking to broaden their business knowledge. and perspective, Most LFGSM students have substantial workplace responsibilities and in many cases significant family and. community obligations These students find that LFGSM specifically tailors course delivery in a flexible format to. balance the difficult and often competing demands of graduate education business travel and community and. family responsibilities, LFGSM students become part of a larger community of business professionals that provides valuable guidance. and support throughout the program and after graduation Student intimacy is an integral part of our culture and. how we do business,Learning Delivery Models,Face to Face With Web Support. All LFGSM courses have a strong Web support component designed to enhance the classroom experience. Web support acts not only as a repository of course materials but also provides access to other School and. course resources It facilitates the following, In class discussions continue beyond the physical class session.
Students can work collaboratively outside of class. Instructors can include supplemental resources and links for students. Instructors can share current and emerging trends through the web support available for each course. The Hybrid delivery model combines in class sessions with virtual sessions Using the Learning Management. System LMS and other technology tools engaging and interactive synchronous and asynchronous sessions. become a significant part of the course Students use the virtual classroom to participate in discussions. simulations and other activities that support the learning outcomes of the course. Students in online courses do not meet face to face These courses are delivered through the Learning. Management System LMS and other technology tools Each course provides engaging and interactive. synchronous and asynchronous activities that encourage discussion and interaction among students with a high. degree of involvement and feedback from the instructor All online courses require students to become part of. an active learning community with the opportunity to take part virtually in classroom location or campus activities. Accelerated, Accelerated courses are full credit graduate degree courses offered in a condensed timeframe These courses. require students to attend sessions over several days or a few weeks rather than a full term The course goals. and objectives remain the same as does the workload Accelerated courses require a significant time. commitment in a short time period,Core Competencies. At LFGSM both the curriculum and approach to teaching are grounded in Leadership Learning In the business. environment professionals must be ready not only to adapt to change but also to lead change This requires a. well rounded agile business leader whose perspective goes beyond a single department or functional area to. encompass a greater understanding of the organization s overall strategies and goals The four main. competencies and fifteen sub competencies below define these core traits of leadership and provide the. roadmap for learning in the LFGSM graduate degree programs. Student Services, LFGSM Student Services provides the resources guidance and services to help all students achieve their. professional and academic goals As busy working professionals students will be better equipped to leverage. their graduate degree experience through these co curricular opportunities Key features include. Networking and Community Access Students have access to a strong network of accomplished. professionals Students have the opportunity to participate in regular networking events access to powerful. social networks and the tools and strategies for developing a board of advisors from among their classmates. faculty and alumni colleagues, Professional Development To help students manage their careers we offer. No cost online career planning and job search resources powered by CareerBeam. Private job board for students in transition and for hiring managers to source LFGSM talent. Workshops webinars and networking events designed to enhance career management skills. Personalized coaching for CareerBeam users and event attendees who require additional one on one. With the accelerated rate of change in organizations professionals need to assume new roles quickly and. confidently While the school does not offer job placement it is our belief that with the above services and. constant networking with like minded professionals classmates alumni faculty and staff opportunities present. themselves to motivated students, Leadership Exchange Students seeking guidance on specific work related business issues may.
request a one on one consultation with participating Business Leader Faculty Sessions can be held virtually or. in person and will be limited to 90 minutes A student may request up to two sessions at no fee. Mentoring Program Students may add a volunteer mentor to their personal advisory board Mentors. are successful professionals from our alumni ranks and our advisory boards. Workshops and Events Workshops webinars and other events designed to supplement the curriculum. help students sharpen their business acumen and career management skills. Tutoring With the variety of subjects built into the curriculum some students seek assistance with topics. outside their comfort zone Tutors are available to work with students in their core courses on areas such as. accounting Excel business writing and more,Admissions Policies and Entrance Requirements. Admissions Philosophy, At Lake Forest Graduate School of Management the coursework is challenging but the experience of working. with us is not Our admissions process is streamlined and highly personalized and our Admissions team is. available to assist you every step of the way, LFGSM graduate degree programs offer a challenging and transformational learning experience for working. professionals who want to become more effective leaders within their organizations and communities We are. looking for students with intellectual curiosity and personal qualities that will contribute to our learning community. and potential to succeed as a leader in a competitive business environment. We evaluate candidates based on the following criteria. Leadership potential and professional experience, Ability to contribute to the graduate degree program experience. Intellectual ability and motivation,Verbal and written communication skills.
LFGSM is not currently accepting online students from Maryland or Massachusetts unless part of an approved. corporate degree location,Graduate Degree Program Admissions Requirements. The following components are required to complete the admissions process. 1 Admissions Interview, The admissions interview is a critical step in the admissions process By recommending the admissions. interview as the first step in the admissions process we encourage candidates to assess their fit with an. LFGSM graduate degree program prior to completing their admissions documentation The interview is. helpful in assessing the candidate s professional and academic qualifications in addition to qualities such. as commitment motivation maturity and professionalism Interviews are tailored to the individual and. designed to learn more about the candidate in the context of a conversation The interview is also used. as a tool to stress the LFGSM collaborative learning environment and to help ensure a good institutional. The Admissions Committee may request a second level interview for candidates who show potential to. succeed in a graduate degree program but have an area of concern within their admissions file The. second level interview is an additional conversation with the Senior Director of Admissions Vice. President and Chief Academic Officer or a Senior Manager of Admissions The second level interview. is intended to assess the area of concern within the candidate s file The interview will also evaluate the. candidate s overall ability to succeed in a graduate degree program. Interviews may be conducted in person or virtually After the interview an Admissions Representative. will help the candidate continue his her application process Candidates scheduling an interview should. call an Admissions Manager toll free at 800 890 7340 or e mail the Admissions Office at. AskAdmiss lfgsm edu,2 Current R sum or Robust LinkedIn Profile. LFGSM is looking for candidates who can demonstrate their potential as a leader We prefer. candidates with a minimum of two years of professional work experience that includes managing. people processes and or projects A candidate s work background should demonstrate an ability to. contribute effectively to an interactive classroom environment Students who already have a framework. of experience against which to apply their education and who understand workplace issues generally. get more out of the LFGSM graduate degree program and contribute more to class discussions and. team projects More important than length of experience is the quality of a candidate s. accomplishments and career progression,3 Professional Letter of Recommendation. The Admissions Committee requires one online recommendation from a professional supervisor or. coworker who is familiar with the candidate s work A recommendation from a candidate s direct manager. is preferred Other useful sources of recommendations are a candidate s clients or former employers. Recommenders should be individuals who are able to give specific information about professional. capabilities and accomplishments The Letter of Recommendation form can be completed electronically. and is available at my LFGSM edu ICS Admissions or an e mail version can be requested by contacting. the Admissions Office,4 Official Academic Transcripts.
Candidates who are graduates from U S institutions must submit an official written or electronic copy of. their transcripts LFGSM requires official transcripts or proof of an earned undergraduate or graduate. degree from an institution accredited by a U S regional accrediting agency Candidates who transferred. in more than 30 hours of credit from a single institution to their degree granting institution must also. submit transcripts from other contributing institutions unless these grades are indicated on the degree. conferring transcript,For Non U S Degree Holders, Candidates may submit their mark sheets and diploma to the Admissions Department for evaluation by. LFGSM If LFGSM is unable to make a degree equivalency evaluation a third party transcript evaluation. is required Degree equivalency evaluations must be approved by the Vice President and Chief Academic. Candidates who are asked to submit a third party transcript evaluation must submit an acceptable third. party transcript evaluation from a firm affiliated with one of the following organizations. 1 American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers International Education. Services AACRAO IES at www aacrao org or, 2 Members of the Association of International Credential Evaluators Inc AICE A current. membership listing can be found at www aice eval org or. 3 Members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services NACES A current. membership listing can be found at www naces org, For candidates who already have a third party transcript evaluation completed LFGSM will review these. instances on a case by case basis and determine if the transcript evaluator has credentials similar to the. organizations listed above If so the evaluation is acceptable to LFGSM If not the graduate degree. program candidate must have their degree evaluated by LFGSM or by a firm that is affiliated with one of. the organizations listed above, Degrees from accredited institutions in the UK Australia and Canada may not require a third party. evaluation Candidates with a three year international degree from an accredited institution will be. considered on a case by case basis Please contact an Admissions Representative with any questions. about third party evaluations at 847 574 5240,5 Online Application.
Candidates are required to complete the online application form which includes the submission of. background information contact information mailing address phone number and e mail address. biographical information and academic degrees earned Candidates can apply online at. www lakeforestmba edu apply,6 Written Personal Statement. Personal statements help the Admissions Committee learn more about our candidates and their. motivation behind seeking a graduate degree Resumes and transcripts give the Committee insight into. professional and academic accomplishments The personal statement should provide insight into the. individual seeking to become an active member of the Lake Forest MBA learning community The. personal statement also serves as a writing sample and is evaluated for expression and clarity of. ideas In accordance with LFGSM s writing guidelines the personal statement should be free of. fundamental errors in format spelling punctuation and grammar Writing prompts for the personal. statement can be found on the online application,Non Degree Seeking Candidates. A non degree seeking candidate is a person who wishes to take graduate degree courses but does not intend. to earn a graduate degree A non degree seeking candidate may take a maximum of four courses 12 semester. credit hours Non degree seeking candidates who wish to enroll in more than four courses must satisfy all. LFGSM graduate degree program admissions requirements and be accepted to one of the graduate degree. programs Appropriate courses taken for credit may apply toward completing a degree for non degree seeking. students who are admitted to a degree program within one year of completing the non degree seeking courses. Successful completion of non degree seeking coursework does not guarantee admission to a graduate degree. program A non degree seeking student whose application to a degree program is denied may not enroll in. further courses or continue as a non degree seeking student. Students who intend to complete a Leadership MBA Certificate but not the MBA degree are considered non. degree seeking, Non degree seeking candidates are required to meet the same admissions standards as degree seeking. students and must fulfill all course prerequisites or receive approval from the Dean of Faculty and Degree. Programs or the Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Non degree seeking students are not eligible for. financial aid Non degree seeking students may participate in the Global Focus course with permission of the. Dean of Faculty and Degree Programs or the Vice President and Chief Academic Officer. Non degree seeking candidates must fulfill the following eligibility and admissions requirements. Eligibility Requirements,Meet work experience requirements. U S Bachelor s degree or equivalent,Admissions Requirements.
Admissions interview,R sum or robust detailed LinkedIn profile. Application,Personal Statement, Official transcripts from institution granting highest earned degree. Acceptance and Notification, When the admissions file is complete the Admissions Committee will evaluate the candidate s credentials. Notification of the Admissions Committee s decision occurs within one to two weeks after all of the admissions. requirements are received All candidates receive notification via preferred e mail address and U S Mail Upon. acceptance to guarantee a place in a graduate degree program an enrollment confirmation form and a non. refundable 100 enrollment deposit is required The 100 deposit will be applied to the student s first tuition bill. Candidates who do not start a graduate degree program within one year of acceptance must re apply for. admission under admissions policies in effect at the time of re application. Application Fee, A 75 application fee is required at the time of application If paying by check or money order please send. payment to the Lake Forest campus Admissions office All payments should be made payable to Lake Forest. Graduate School of Management Electronic payments may be made when applying online This fee is not. refundable,Admissions Application Deadline, The admissions application deadline varies for each academic term For additional details please contact the.
Admissions office at 847 574 5240,An Equal Opportunity Enterprise. Lake Forest Graduate School of Management selects students faculty and staff without regard to race color. gender religion veteran status marital status national origin age disability or any other legally protected. characteristic However the School reserves the right to reject any candidate who does not fully meet our.

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