Join Us at the Kellstadt Power Hour​ April 23

What’s it like to study at the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business? Which graduate business degree will help me reach my career goal? What financial aid is available? 
Can I juggle my career and grad school? How long will it take to get my degree?

Working professionals who are considering graduate business education will have an opportunity to ask these questions and more during the Kellstadt Power Hour at DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business April 23. The admission information and networking event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the fifth floor of the DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., on DePaul’s Loop Campus.

Current students, recent alumni, professors and Dean Ray Whittington will be on hand to respond to questions from prospective students in a casual setting. Participants will meet graduate student ambassadors and organization leaders, as well as faculty members representing each of areas of study in the business school. 

Career development representatives will share examples of recent students who have attained new jobs and promotions through the practical knowledge and connections they acquired at Kellstadt. Prospective students also will get sense of the business school’s facilities and resources at the event.

“DePaul offers a wide range of career-focused MBA and specialized master’s degrees in subjects and learning formats tailored to the needs of working professionals,” says Whittington. “The Kellstadt community looks forward to sharing how these programs are empowering our students to advance their careers to the next level. 

“We especially want to spread the word about Kellstadt’s commitment to making graduate business education more affordable through scholarships and financial aid available to many of our students.”     

It was a campus visit that convinced Kellstadt student William Moss, president of the DePaul MBA Association, to attend DePaul. Moss, who is studying finance and real estate investment in the evening MBA program, was particularly attracted to the program’s flexibility, Loop location and robust student and alumni professional network. “I came and visited the campus before being enrolled and just loved the downtown location for a business school,” he says. “It just seemed to provide so much potential to career-minded individuals, while also providing a convenient location. 

“Our network of alumni is an incredible asset,” he adds. “I have met numerous alumni who are more than willing to help you accomplish your goals, while creating great camaraderie with current students in class and outside of class.”

Reservations for the Kellstadt Power Hour are not required, but appreciated by Friday, April 17.  Guests are welcome. Light food and refreshments will be served. 

For more information and registration for the Kellstadt Power Hour, visit​