Lacy School of Business
Where the experience isn’t extra—it’s everything.
Think of all the things you love about business: Every day is different. You get to solve problems and build creative solutions. And you get to do it side-by-side with other talented, driven people.
We’ve taken all those things and built them into the Lacy experience. From your first days here, you won’t just talk about business, but you’ll do it—in classes, internships, and other immersive experiences.
The Andre B. Lacy School of Business has benefitted from Old National Bank’s financial commitment and its Old National Bank Center for Business Excellence, supporting small businesses throughout Central Indiana with training, education, mentoring, and networking opportunities to help them succeed. The Center brings together Lacy School faculty, students and the Central Indiana | Indiana Small Business Development Center (isbdc.org) to help businesses and students. Lacy School’s Minority Owned Business Initiative (MOBI) is directly supported by Old National Bank. The Center advances Lacy School of Business’s commitment to experiential education by serving as a conduit between small businesses, faculty, and students. It facilitates activities such as student internships, faculty externships, live “feature companies” events, and guest lecturers for classes and clubs/organizations.
In support of your success
At Lacy, we provide a 360° career readiness program built entirely around you and your professional aspirations. Support comes from all directions—your academic advisor, your personal career mentor, even your alumni network of 50,000+ Bulldogs.
Craig Caldwell Named Dean of Lacy School of Business
Craig Caldwell has been named Dean of Butler University’s Lacy School of Business. He has served in that role on an interim basis since July 1, 2021. In this role, Caldwell will serve as the chief academic and administrative officer for the Lacy School. His primary areas of focus will include growth and program development, external relationships and partnerships, strengthening diversity and inclusion, and much more.
“One of the highlights of the Lacy School of Business is the Real Business Experience course. It taught me so much about entrepreneurship and what it takes to be a leader.”
-Francesca Hartlage, Marketing major from Floyds Knobs, Indiana