Olivet College

Business Administration

  • David Sunnock: Young Entrepreneur, Graphic Designer, Businessman

    Senior David Sunnock has always had a knack for business. At age 11, he found himself making and selling “Dave-O’s Bean Dip” — a simple combination of Velveeta, refried beans, seasoned salt and red chili pepper. “I made the bean dip for my family one time and they loved it,” David said. “They took it […]

  • Trenton Monroe Tackles Storytelling One Olivetian at a Time

    You may have heard of the popular online series “Humans of New York.” What you may not have heard of is Trenton Monroe’s spinoff: “Humans of OC.” The senior actuarial science major from Plainwell took a photography class assignment from Daine Pavloski ’13, assistant professor of media studies, and ran with it. Trenton decided to […]

  • OC Financial Planning Students Go National

    This spring, two Olivet College students hit the national scene at TD Ameritrade Institutional’s annual investment adviser conference, National LINC 2019. Junior Andrew Todd and senior Maia Greer attended the three-day conference in San Diego, including chances to connect with industry experts from across the nation and explore job opportunities. TD Ameritrade Institutional is a […]

  • Defining DIII Through the Eyes of Sarah Feldpausch

    This piece was originally written by junior Sarah Feldpausch as a definition essay in her advanced composition class. Sarah is a writing major and business administration minor from Middleville. She is a member of the women’s soccer team, women’s track and field team, Student-Athlete Advisory Council, Optimist Club and Global Citizen Honors Program. Sarah plans […]

  • Tax Season Made Easy: Accounting Students Provide Services for Olivet Community

    Students in Olivet College’s accounting program are taking advantage of a unique opportunity to help others and enhance their own skills this tax season. Twenty Comets are lending a hand with the free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, aimed to help residents of the Olivet and Charlotte communities with income tax preparation. Assistant Professor […]

  • More Than Just Numbers: OC’s Accounting Program Develops Well-Rounded Professionals

    Kaitlin Irish ’18 was convinced she was going to be a veterinarian. That all changed after one accounting class at Olivet College. “I had never taken an accounting class until my first year at Olivet,” she said. “After my first class, I realized how much I enjoyed it and how easy it came for me. […]

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