“The Graduate School of Banking at LSU provided an invaluable opportunity to expand my knowledge of bank management. More importantly, it gave me a much broader prospective of the banking industry. The ability to attend classes, share meals, and enjoy social functions with bankers with vastly different backgrounds from all over the United States and Mexico, gave me a perspective I could never experience anywhere else. It was truly humbling and motivating to learn from top tier instructors and from my proven, successful classmates within the industry. My time at LSU was priceless and it was an opportunity that I will always be grateful for. ”
Jonathan KruckowVirginia State President, Skyline National Bank, Class of 2019
The Graduate School of Banking at LSU really prepares oneself for the everchanging financial world. The wide variety of class topics, along with the flexible electives, and popular bank simulation gives a great overall understanding that can be tailored to any bank setting throughout our country.
Doug HaehlExecutive VP, Citizens Bank of Lafayette Advisory Council, Class of 2018
The school stressed knowledge, competence, relationships, community involvement, and humble leadership. The remaining two years further solidified my relationships with professors and students, continued to deepen my theoretical and practical knowledge of banking, and culminated in applying all we learned in a two-week bank simulation.
Don HillbishVice President, C&F Bank President, Class of 2018
I believe graduating from GSBLSU is a vital component in progressing through my banking career. This is where I want to be. The caliber, prestige and expectations of the program are something I am proud to embrace and be a part of.
Ashley YanceyVP, Bank of North Carolina President, Class of 2017
The school has far surpassed what I thought it was going to give me. Lasting relationships. The incredible network of bankers and vendors to bankers. If you have any questions, your network is like having a banking rolodex that you couldn’t compile in 100 years.
Casey ChristopherFirst Vice President, CenterState Bank Advisory Council, Class of 2015
The Graduate School of Banking at LSU taught me so many lessons that I could apply to my day-to-day life immediately. I truly appreciate this school for the instruction and direction, and I truly appreciate my bank for investing in my future.
John NaughtonVP, Commercial Lender, First Community Bank, Class of 2017
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