in Nashville, Tennessee, has announced a $23 million gift from an anonymous donor to its .
The gift, the largest in the university's history, will help fund new facilities and programming at the college and support faculty and students, among other initiatives. The business school, which is celebrating its centennial, has been named the top undergraduate business program in Tennessee the past two years by Bloomberg Business Week and Poets and Quants, while its MBA program was ranked second in the state by Bloomberg.
"This is a significant moment in the history of Lipscomb University," said Lipscomb president L. Randolph Lowry. "We are grateful to these donors for their commitment to this institution. This gift is an investment in our College of Business as a way to continue to elevate the image of the school as a leader in business education in Nashville and in the nation."