School of Business Giving Opportunities
Build the next generation of business leaders.
Remember that outstanding internship experience you had? Or the study abroad program that changed your perspective on business? Or the national conference that kickstarted your career? You can give the same types of opportunities to current and future USD School of Business students. With a wide range of funds you can contribute to, your options for giving are as unique as you are.
Discuss your giving options with us or make a gift to the School of Business.
School of Business
School of Business Greatest Needs
Support student and alumni programs, career services, faculty development and facility improvements.
Help fund merit- and need-based scholarships to our undergraduate and graduate students.
Help provide grants to undergraduate and graduate students who are participating in internships.
School of Business Endowments
Help fulfill James M. Burns' vision for building our school's national and international prominence.
Help us continue to offer this memorial scholarship to exceptional students studying at the School of Business.
Provide need-based scholarships to MSEL students who have demonstrated a record of leadership and service.
Support personalized leadership training for our undergraduate students.
School of Business Programs
Help our accountancy programs acquire best-in-class resources and provide merit-based scholarships to exceptional students.
Fund student scholarships for study abroad and help develop the next generation of global business leaders.
Give real estate students opportunities to participate in professional meetings, network with industry executives and visit local real estate companies.
Contribute to student projects, faculty research and community events to develop enterprises with economic, social and environmental value.
Support our entrepreneurial programs and competitions, and give students real-world experience in pitching their ideas to angel investors.
Your gift helps fund activities for MSGL students, including overseas conferences and other leadership development programs, that will offer students options for experiencing and/or exercising leadership in a multi-cultural environment.
This fund supports career services for MBA students by mitigating costs associated with valuable professional development and networking opportunities. With financial support, students will be able to accept meaningful internships, participate in case competitions, attend national career fairs and pursue other career related opportunities.
Help SCMI provide high-quality education in Supply Chain Management.
Help sponsor research, teaching and the application of financial knowledge in the global corporation and investment communities.