Walton MBA Recognized by Princeton Review

Walton College graduate students work on an MBA project.
February 14 , 2023  |  By Lori McLemore

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The Princeton Review added the Walton MBA at the Sam M. Walton College of Business to its Best Business Schools list for On-Campus MBA Programs 2023!
“It’s exciting to be recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the best MBA programs in the nation,” said Adam Stoverink, director of Walton MBA Programs and associate professor of management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business. “This designation is especially meaningful because it is based, in large part, on student satisfaction. It’s clear from their survey responses that our students are enjoying a truly transformative experience. And that’s a testament not only to their own hard work, but also to the hard work and dedication of our world-class faculty and staff.”
The Walton MBA offers two distinct paths to the same MBA degree. The full-time MBA program is 100% on-campus. The part-time Executive MBA, which is designed for working professionals, is mostly online but also has a monthly on-campus component great for networking and in-person learning. The Princeton Review list incorporates data from both programs.
Per the Princeton Review, the “lists for 2023 are based on data from surveys of administrators at 243 business schools in 2021-22, and of more than 20,300 students enrolled at the schools’ on-campus MBA programs.”
In addition, the Princeton Review ranked Walton College’s graduate entrepreneurship program 35th in the nation and 5th in the South in its Top 50 Entrepreneurship: Grad listing. The ranking for its 2023 Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies by Region, separated schools in seven zones: Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Northeast, South, Southwest, West and outside of the United States.
All lists are based on institutional survey data, including academic offerings, experiential learning opportunities and career outcomes.

Lori McLemoreSince 2013, Lori McLemore has served as the marketing and communications officer for the Sam M. Walton College of Business. In this role, she writes press releases and features articles to promote the work of students, faculty and staff. 

Prior to working at Walton College, she worked as the director of web strategy and operations for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the national headquarters for 3,500 Boys & Girls Clubs. She was part of the core team to establish an intranet site for Clubs around the globe and the public internet site for the national nonprofit located in Atlanta.

Lori holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Auburn University ... and loves BOTH the Arkansas Razorbacks (Woo Pig!!) and the Auburn Tigers (War Eagle!!)