Support the School of Business
Help us put our ideals into action.
From our local community to the global marketplace, USD students are reinventing business. We're advocating the underserved. Reimagining socially innovative ventures. And developing more sustainable business practices. But there's so much work we have left to do.
We need more than just resources to turn our good intentions into good deeds. We need you.
By giving, you'll help tomorrow's leaders access the same life-changing opportunities that you had. Like real-world projects. Internships with local businesses and nonprofits. And the chance to see the world firsthand—and learn our role in changing it.
Why I giveLearn why alumni, friends and family of USD choose to give to our university.
As a USD alum, I had no idea how the people I met here 25 years ago would change my life. After becoming an entrepreneur, making two multi-million dollar deals and growing some great lifelong friendships, I'm proud to be part of the USD community again. Sensing the need to inspire more future entrepreneurs, I worked with the Dean of the School of Business to create V2—a competition that awards $100,000 in prize money to budding business owners. To keep attracting bright minds and to continue challenging them with innovation and new programs, USD needs people like you and me to give.
Tom Breitling '91
The University of San Diego changed my life! There is no question I would not be the person I am today without the social and academic foundation I received from USD. I feel compelled to give back to the University to provide other students with the opportunities I have been so fortunate to experience since my graduation in 1996. My wife and I recently created a scholarship for undergraduate students in the School of Business at USD in an effort to give back to a school that meant so much to us both. The idea of providing more opportunities for students to attend USD and experience the school is truly an honor and aligns with the University’s effort to create more Changemakers in the world.
Bill Brennan '96
Ethics and corporate social responsibility were frequent topics in my business classes—30 years ago. Today, the commitment to social responsibility is even stronger. Every student I've met is passionate about being a catalyst for peace and societal justice. That's why four years ago, my husband and I decided to fund an endowed scholarship that makes it possible for generations of future students to attend USD, regardless of their ability to pay.
Michele Moore '85