Pinchot University

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Pinchot Programs at Presidio Graduate School
TypePrivate Non-Profit Educational
Established2002
PresidentSuzanne Farver
Administrative staff
15
Postgraduates500+
Location, ,
United States

Coordinates: 47°37′41″N 122°31′07″W / 47.628105°N 122.518749°W / 47.628105; -122.518749
Websitewww.presidio.edu

Pinchot University was a private graduate university in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 2002, Pinchot University was the first school to offer an MBA in Sustainable Business. In August 2016, Pinchot University was acquired by Presidio Graduate School.

History[edit]

Pinchot University was founded in 2002 by Gifford Pinchot III, Libba Pinchot, Sherman Severin and Jill Bamburg as Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI). In November 2002, BGI was authorized by the State of Washington's Higher Education Coordinating Board to offer the MBA in Sustainable Business. In August 2009, BGI was awarded a grant of accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). In August 2016, Pinchot University was acquired by Presidio Graduate School.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presidio Graduate School Announces Strategic Acquisition of Pinchot University". www.csrwire.com (Press release). Retrieved 2016-09-21.