Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business Campaign

Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business Campaign
A new school for a new generation

A new school for a new generation

Every inch of the building has been designed with the future of business in mind. Each classroom will bristle with the latest technology, plugging students into the high-tech global economy.

The biggest just got bigger

The biggest just got bigger

The world needs more ethical, Godly business leaders. Our school of business was already the largest MBA program in the Inland Empire. The new building will give us enough room for 250 masters students and 500 undergrad students.

A focus on entrepreneurship

A focus on entrepreneurship

Many students have started businesses while at La Sierra and the new building is made with such students in mind. An innovation center with fully-loaded computers, student offices, a resident entrepreneur, a 3D printer and everything else that sets an entrepreneur’s heart racing, gives students the tools they need to start and run successful businesses.

We’re almost done

We’re almost done

So many of our generous alumni and friends have given to make this building possible. With your continued support, the Zapara School of Business could open in September debt free, ensuring that student tuition won’t be needed to make payments. We ask that you consider a gift to the Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business.

Randal Wisbey - La Sierra University President

"Because of your generous support, construction on the Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business is moving along right on schedule. It’s hard to describe the energy, creativity and excitement that has been awakened on campus as the largest and most innovative building on campus takes shape. More than ever, I feel that God has grand plans to prosper La Sierra University’s mission to educate a generation that seeks truth, relentlessly pursues Christ, and regards service as the highest calling. Once again, this promising future wouldn’t be possible with- out you. On behalf of everyone at La Sierra University, thank you."

Randal Wesbey
La Sierra University President

A Day in the Life of La Sierra