Where does the membership money go?
Your $50 membership 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 such as:
- Earning national recognition. College of Business Administration’s Master of Business Administration and the Master of Accountancy are featured in The Best 282 Business Schools published by The Princeton Review. We want to continue this tradition of excellence by developing innovative and collaborative programs for our students.
- Expanding program initiatives. Activities beyond the classroom in undergraduate and graduate programs give all students real-world fundamentals and exposure to innovations that will shape tomorrow’s business leaders. Also, your dollars will help to fund graduate assistantships in Master and Doctoral programs.
- Increasing scholarship support and travel. More scholarship dollars provide greater access to qualified students. Fund money also allows College of Business Administration the ability to send undergraduate and graduate student teams to case competitions across the country, providing an opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of peers, refine business concepts and receive feedback from a variety of business community leaders. Travel scholarships for students to participate in business school activities will expand our global reach by offering international travel to deserving students.
- Investing in our faculty. Increasing faculty support allows College of Business Administration to attract and retain nationally prominent scholars distinguished by excellence in teaching and research. Your membership helps to connect faculty with local executives to augment research concepts, provide mentoring and participate in the classroom.
Last updated: 7/8/2016