Naming Opportunities for The E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration
The PGA Golf Management Program is one of only 18 programs in the nation accredited by the PGA of America. CCU’s 18-hole General James Hackler Golf Course provides a first-class learning environment for the PGA Golf Management students.
The Wall Fellows Program is uniquely designed to prepare top students across all of the colleges of the University for high-level careers at major U.S. and international organizations.
The Wall College of Business is AACSB Accredited. AACSB-accredited schools have the highest-caliber instructors and leading-edge courses and programs that connect higher education to the real world. Fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide have AACSB International accreditation.
The Gerald Boyles Student Investment Fund gives business students the unique opportunity to implement their knowledge of various financial markets by using real money to make real investments.
“Coastal Carolina University has given me the invaluable experience to not only receive a first-class academic experience, but also garner practical knowledge through internships and professional development activities.
The commitment of the Wall College of Business faculty to aid me in my understanding of classroom subject matter and to provide further guidance in my preparation for a career in the financial services industry has been instrumental to my success at CCU. Additionally, I have been presented with various scholarships, which have given me the unique opportunity to graduate debt-free. Given these circumstances, the Wall College of Business has allowed me to expedite my personal development, and as a result, land a job at a Stephens Inc. in Little Rock, Ark. following graduation. Thank you, Coastal Carolina University, and more specifically, the Wall College of Business.”
- Christian Adams
Economics and Finance • Winston-Salem, N.C.
|Wall College of Business Administration||Named|
|James Johnson Auditorium||Named|
|Wall Fellows Program||Named|
|Clay Brittain Jr. Center for Resort Tourism||Named|
|Wilson Lowery Conference Room||Named|
|Richard Pilosof Financial Services Laboratory||Named|
|D. Wyatt Henderson Department of Accounting||Named|
|Grant Center for Real Estate and Economics||Named|
|Gerald Boyles Student Managed Fund||Named|
|School of Accountancy||$3,000,000|
|School of Finance and Economics||$3,000,000|
|School of Hospitality and Resort Tourism||$3,000,000|
|School of Management and Decision Sciences||$3,000,000|
|School of Marketing||$3,000,000|
|Master of Business Administration Program||$1,000,000|
|Dean’s Excellence in Business Endowment||$500,000|
|Center for Advising||$500,000|
|Center for Career Services||$500,000|
|Community and Business Engagement Institute||$500,000|
|Master of Accountancy Program||$500,000|
|Departments (4)||$250,000 each|
|Dean’s Emergency Scholarship Endowment||$100,000|
|Executives in Residence Program||$100,000|
|High Technology Tiered Classroom||$100,000|
|Suites (5)||$100,000 each|
|Behavioral Research Laboratory||$75,000|
|Chair/Director Offices (9)||$50,000 each|
|First Floor Lobby||$50,000|
|High Technology Teams Classroom||$50,000|
|Endowed Student Scholarships||$50,000 each|
|Tiered Classrooms (10)||$30,000 each|
|Conference Rooms (2)||$25,000 each|
|Center for Advising Suite||$25,000|
|Center for Career Services Suite||$25,000|
|Student Collaboration Space||$20,000|
|Open Student Study Areas (6)||$15,000 each|
|Faculty Offices||$10,000 each|
|Wall Connections Annual Conference Event||$10,000 annually|
|Economic and Real Estate Summit||$7,500 annually|
|Annual Awards for Excellence (Service, Research, Teaching)||$5,000 each|
|Student Advisory Group Leadership Retreat||$5,000 annually|
|Recruitment Scholarships||$2,000 each|
|Study Abroad Scholarships||$2,000 each|
|Professional Golf Management Program|
|Professional Golf Management Program||$1,000,000|
|Professional Golf Management Director||$250,000|
|Professional Golf Management Suite||$100,000|
|Professional Golf Management Endowed Scholarships||$50,000 each|
|Professional Golf Management Lounge Area||$30,000|
|Wall Fellows Program|
|Endow the Wall Fellows Directorship for Student Support||$250,000|
|Endow and Name a Wall Fellow||$200,000|
|Endow a Wall Fellow International Experience||$100,000|
|Endow a Wall Fellow Scholarship||$50,000|
|The Wall Fellows Alumni Student Support Fund Endowment||$50,000|
|Endow a Wall Fellow Domestic Experience||$50,000|
|Wall Fellows Program Meeting and Classroom Space||$50,000|
|Wall Fellows Program Director’s Office||$25,000|
|Sponsorship for Student Support||$20,000|
|Sponsorship of a Wall Fellow||$15,000 over 2 years|
|Sponsorship of a Wall Fellow International Experience||$5,000 annually|
|Sponsorship of a Wall Fellow Domestic Experience||$1,500 annually|
“My experience within the Wall College of Business has been essential for my collegiate education as well as preparation for my career.
My professors became my mentors and role models, and my peers became my friends. Through my leadership as president of the American Marketing Association at Coastal, the organization has impacted the community by running food drives and toy drives, volunteering and by offering marketing consultations to businesses. Receiving the DeCenzo Family Second President’s Endowed Scholarship, the Teal Scholarship and the Dean’s Excellence Scholarship has allowed me to become even more involved on campus and do more for the community. The education and experience I’ve received from the Wall College has helped me to secure a job after graduation at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention Visitors Bureau, and I couldn’t be happier.”
- Lisa Saguto
Marketing • Pawleys Island, S.C.
About the I'M IN 2 Endowment Campaign
Coastal Carolina University’s endowment ensures that the University moves forward in its goals to recruit and retain the best and brightest students and faculty and provides access to a comprehensive liberal arts education.
The University’s ongoing I’M IN endowment campaign is designed to bolster this ever-important fund. The focus of the campaign is to increase student scholarships and support academic excellence. Phase one of the campaign raised more than $22 million; the goal of phase two is to raise an additional $20 million by 2023.
“The tremendous success of the I’M IN campaign is a direct result of our alumni, donors and friends recognizing and embracing the forward trajectory of Coastal Carolina University,” said CCU President David A. DeCenzo. “We are extremely thankful for everyone’s generosity and commitment to the University. The continuation of the campaign via I’M IN 2 is paramount as we look to provide financial support for current and future students who seek to earn a comprehensive liberal arts education at Coastal Carolina University.”