Eagle Executive Society
Welcome to the Eagle Executive Society
The College of Business Administration recently re-invigorated the Business Executive Society, first created in 1988. In its new format it is named the Eagle Executive Society , and provides the basis for encouraging investment and interest by alumni and friends of the College.
How do I become a member?
Membership available to alumni and friends who invest in College of Business Administration through a $50 annual membership fee.
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Why should I join?
Your membership helps build and maintain the College of Business Administration as one of the top business schools in the state. When you take “stock” in Georgia Southern University and College of Business Administration, you will receive a certificate representing a “Share of Stock” in the College.
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Where does the membership money go?
Your $50 membership fee provides a key stream of sustained core support for existing programs and seed capital for new ideas. Your support enhances the student experience through key initiatives.
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Why does my participation matter?
Membership in the Eagle Executive Society is vital because it provides the funds that close the gap between tuition and the total cost to educate students. Tuition and fees cover only half the cost of a student’s education. Annual memberships add to an important income stream that underwrites school activities and ensures College of Business Administration’s fiscal health and continued excellence. Every member makes a difference in his or her own right and helps to inspire others to join. You membership dues have an exponential impact, reaching far beyond the College.
When was the society founded?
The original business society existed at Georgia Southern from 1988 to 1990 under the leadership of Dean Carl Gooding. This program was called the “Business Executive Society” and had 357 charter members.
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