The School opens its doors with 11 full-time faculty members and an entering class of 61; eight of those students are women. Tuition is approximately $24 per course.
James C. Egbert serves as administrative head upon the founding of the School. In 1931 he officially becomes the School’s first dean.
A. Barton Hepburn, the president of Chase Manhattan Bank who was instrumental in the School’s founding, becomes a trustee of the University.
Professor H. Parker Willis becomes editor-in-chief of the New York Journal of Commerce.
The School of Business Association — a forerunner to the Graduate Business Association and Student Government — is formed.