Office Information and Staff
North Park University's School of Business and Nonprofit Management is located at 5043 North Spaulding Avenue in Chicago. During the academic year, our normal office hours are:
- Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
- Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
On days when there are no graduate evening classes, the School of Business and Nonprofit Management has modified office hours, which are typically 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Please feel free to contact us at (773) 244-6270 regarding our office hours prior to your arrival.
Ken SchaefleDirector of Individual Recruitment
Ken Schaefle works one-on-one with prospective graduate business and nonprofit students to find the program that is the best fit for their educational and professional goals.
Request more information from Ken, or contact him at (773) 244-5761 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Judy DonorGraduate Business and Nonprofit Admissions
Judy Donor works with graduate students before they apply for degree or certificate programs, assisting them in finding the program best suited for their educational and professional goals.
Request more information about graduate programs or contact Judy at email@example.com.
Jessica ButlerGraduate Advisor and Operations Specialist
Jessica Butler serves as the academic advisor for the School of Business and Nonprofit Management graduate students. She works alongside students to tailor an academic plan that fits students career goals and meets your needs.
Ida ErikssonOperations Coordinator
Ida Eriksson assists students in the School of Business and Nonprofit Management with the processes they follow to complete their studies and graduate. She provides academic support, manages the certificate application process, and plans and organizes student activities around commencement.
Mari LampOffice Assistant
Mari Lamp keeps the office running smoothly at the School of Business and Nonprofit Management, assisting students and faculty with day-to-day tasks and managing communications from the office to both undergraduate and graduate students.