Your annual gift, no matter what size, makes a difference.
A gift to the School of Business Administration allows the school to:
- Continually attract experienced faculty and highly driven students
- Award student scholarships
- Expand student clubs and programs
- Enhance career services
- Support faculty research
- Enhance the quality and reputation of our university, which improves our ranking and therefore, the value of our Alumni's degrees
- Develop more high-performing, responsible business professionals for the workforce
Every gift makes a difference.
For more information about SBA Giving or to make a gift, please contact:
Director of Development
School of Business Administration
You have many giving options. Your gift may be directing to any of the following funds, at your request:
School of Business Dean's Annual Fund
This fund enables the dean to support student and alumni programs, career services, faculty development, and facility improvements that benefit the School of Business.
School of Business Student Scholarship Fund
This fund provides both merit and need based scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students within the School of Business.
School of Business Student Internship Fund
This fund provides high-quality business learning opportunities to our undergraduate SBA and MBA students by offering grants to help fund students who are participating in a summer internship.
MBA Case and Consulting Fund
This fund provides the opportunity for MBA students to apply their academic skills to solve real world challenges. Students will be able to test their skills during competitive case competitions, do capstone consulting projects side by side with corporate leaders and attend national conferences in thought leadership roles.
Accountancy Programs Development Fund
This fund provides much needed support to the Accountancy Programs and its faculty to help them in their efforts to acquire the resources needed to remain “best in class.” It helps to provide merit-based scholarships to exceptional students who wish to attain a career in the field of Accountancy.
James M. Burns Endowed Professorship
To commemorate his long and valuable service to the School of Business Administration, the school has established the James M. Burns Endowed Professorship to allow his vision to live on and help the school continue its trajectory of achieving national and international prominence.
Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate
This fund helps give students the opportunity to participate in industry professional meetings, informational sessions, job interviews/internships with industry executives and off-campus visits to local real estate companies and community generated projects.
Center for Peace and Commerce
Your gift contributes to student projects, faculty research and community symposia in the field of developing enterprises to create economic, social and environmental value.
Undergraduate Leadership Development Program Endowment
The Undergraduate Leadership Development Program Endowment provides personalized leadership training to our undergraduate students. Gifts to this fund will ensure that we can continue to offer programs that shape the business leaders of the future.
Master of Science in Executive Leadership Endowed Scholarship
Help us to continue to offer financial need based scholarships to MSEL students who have demonstrated a record of leadership and service.
John Ronchetto Endowed Scholarship
Help us continue to offer this memorial scholarship to exceptional students studying at the School of Business Administration.
Supply Chain Management Institute
Assist this institute in continuing to help organizations achieve world-class supply chain performance. Help them become the preferred source for individuals and organizations who are seeking to develop executive-level competencies through a high quality education in Supply Chain Management.
Master of Science in Global Leadership (MSGL)
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.
Ahlers Center for International Business
Your support funds student scholarships for study abroad and student participation in local international business networking activities, professional meetings, and other co-curricular activities which enhance global business leadership development.Ready to give? Have a question? Please contact:
Liz Mueller, Director of Development
School of Business Administration