The Carl H. Lindner College of Business, also referred to as "Lindner" and "Lindner College," is a college of the University of Cincinnati. The college is located in Carl H. Lindner Hall. On June 21, 2011 the college was named after Carl Henry Lindner, Jr. in honor of the contributions he has made to the university, college, and the business community. The college has three undergraduate degree options, five master's degrees, and a doctoral program spread out over seven departments.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation provides personnel management tools. The firm offers tools to help people achieve their charitable goals and create lasting good work in their communities. The company was founded by William P. Butler in 1963 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH.
The UC Foundation was established in 1975 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. It supports UC’s aspirations through philanthropy by collaborating with the colleges, Academic Health Center and other units to maximize private support. Their advancement efforts promote the development of productive, enduring relationships with alumni, friends, colleagues, students, foundations and corporations. They serve as a catalyst to inspire, unite and enlist the support of alumni, friends, colleagues, students, foundations and corporations in the mission of the University of Cincinnati to transform the lives, health and well being of the city, state, nation and global community.