Thomas More University officially unveiled its second college to be named in under a year — The Robert W. Plaster College of Business.
The naming is in recognition of one of the first major gifts to the largest capital campaign in the University’s history — the Second Century Campaign: It’s time for More. This campaign is the funding mechanism that supports the University’s five-year Strategic Plan: Lighting the Way.
“The support shown to our University from the Robert W. Plaster Foundation has been monumental in the progress made within the College of Business,” said Thomas More University President Joseph L. Chillo. “Together, we act on our shared vision to shape business leaders to understand the complexity of our free-enterprise markets, the importance of sustainability, and the need for ethical business leaders in tomorrow’s economy.”
During a ceremony Friday celebrating the newly-named college, Jason Hannasch, executive director of the Robert W.