Joyce Centre for Business Studies (RJCBS) -- named in
honour of its benefactor. The $5-million gift signaled a
rejuvenation of Commerce at Mount Allison. In 2009
the program recorded its largest first-year enrolment
and has now embarked on several new initiatives to
enhance the student experience.
celebration that welcomed Ron Joyce and other busi-
ness leaders to campus. The Centre's director, Dr. Tim
Hynes, outlined his plan to distinguish Mount Allison's
Commerce department, and to make the Centre one of
the premier destinations for an undergraduate business
education in Canada.
matching $5 million to further enhance and sustain the
program. As part of this effort, the Founders Circle was
established to support the University's vision for the
Centre. To date, Founders Circle donors have con-
tributed individual leadership gifts totaling more than
wouldn't be what it is today without the generosity of
our alumni and the business community. The Founders
Circle in particular will directly contribute to the growth
of the Commerce program's experiential component."
Circle and sharing in the vision of the Ron
Joyce Centre for Business Studies, call
University Advancement at (506) 364-2343.
liberal arts and sciences and I believe a strong Commerce
program is integral to being a balanced and successful
institution. Being in business myself, I certainly feel this
type of program is hugely beneficial for the growth of
tomorrow's business leaders."
Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies, is built on three
principles: recognizing something special, giving some-
thing back, and making something better."
a business career than to offer them access to a liberal
arts education. No institution in Canada does this
better than Mount Allison. The RJCBS leverages this
liberal arts environment, while also providing a mix of
academics and exposure to the business world."
we will reach our goal.