America's Premier Community Banking School
Since 1950, the financial-services industry has trusted the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado to develop its leaders. This legacy, combined with a cutting-edge portfolio of community-banking focused educational programs, invaluable networking opportunities and an enviable location, makes GSBC an ideal education partner for community banks today.
We’re incredibly proud of our curriculum and expert faculty, but we’re also pretty proud of our view. The community bank leaders who attend GSBC programs often say that the networking opportunities and beauty of Colorado are two undeniable benefits. See why the GSBC experience is matched by none.Learn More
What People Are Saying
GSBC allowed me to expand my knowledge of banking, not only in my area of expertise, but in all facets of the profession. The learning and networking opportunities along with the exceptional faculty created an avenue for my professional growth. There is no better choice than GSBC for people who are open to learning and ready to take the next step in their careers. It is for these reasons and many more that GSBC is the school of choice for Northeast Bank.
If you have C-suite aspirations, I highly recommend this program. The instruction is world-class. Faculty and coaches offer classroom instruction and practical exercises that benefited me as a leader and had a positive impact on our bank’s performance, our customers, our employees and the communities we support. A vital part of this program is also getting away from the day-to-day operations of the bank, spending time immersed in learning with and from peers who are facing the same challenges and opportunities. My classmates will be a valuable network for me for years to come.
Curriculum Enhancements Coming to 69th Annual School Session
The competitive landscape for community banks is constantly evolving. Following the 2018 school session, I formed a curriculum review committee to examine the student evaluations of the courses and faculty and to incorporate their diverse expertise to suggest changes. The objective was to ensure that the curriculum reflect the core topics, concepts, and analytical/leadership tools that community bankers need to understand to best lead their organizations and also to address key issues that community banks currently face.Learn More
A Long-Standing Educational Reputation
Approximately 20 local bank employees attended the first session of the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado in the summer of 1951. Since then, more than 8,000 bankers, regulators and other members of the financial industry have enhanced their careers at GSBC.Learn More