School of Business

At the KU School of Business, we offer opportunities for students to go outside the classroom and into real-world situations, allowing them to apply academic knowledge to tangible business challenges. It’s an approach that helps transform our students into tomorrow's leaders.

Your support can help our mission of preparing students for careers in the practice of business and management.

KU business students are encouraged to take advantage of special programs within the school that are tailored for their specific interests and needs. They can build their leadership skills in the Business Leadership Program, explore financial careers through the Jennett Finance Scholars Program, challenge and enhance their learning goals in the Business Honors Program, and discover international opportunities through study abroad programs.

Our school promotes a diverse student body through our Summer Venture in Business Program, which gives high school students who are underrepresented ethnic minorities or potential first-generation college students an early introduction to collegiate life and business topics. Our Multicultural Business Scholars Program provides scholarships and extracurricular activities to help students with the transition from high school to college.

The School of Business also is home to more than 20 student organizations and clubs, including local chapters of national or international organizations. All of them are designed to enhance the student experience and help students jump-start their careers.

More than anything, the KU School of Business is a place to grow. Our students are the world’s next leaders who will help define the future of business.

Please join us in supporting academic, professional and personal development opportunities for KU School of Business students.

Dean's Challenge for Business
Dean Fields has generously offered to match dollar for dollar all gifts to the School of Business, up to $2,500. Take advantage of this match to double the impact of your gift!
$2,500 MATCHED
Allan and Nora Davis Challenge for Business
The Davis family has agreed to contribute $4,000 if the School of Business receives 50 gifts on February 20. Please help us meet this generous challenge!
50 / 50 Gifts
Summer Venture in Business Challenge
To give our students a world of opportunities! If we receive $1,500 in gifts to the Student Experiences Fund, generous donors have agreed to contribute $10,000 to the Summer Venture in Business Program. Help us unlock this gift in support of our deserving students!
$1,500 / $1,500 Raised
Chancellors Challenge
Thanks to current KU Chancellor Douglas Girod and former chancellors Bernadette Gray-Little, Del Shankel, Gene Budig and Archie Dykes, an additional $10,000 has been unlocked for student scholarships!
1,000 / 1,000 Gifts
Twitter Hashtag Challenge
Twitter challenge unlocked! Thanks to your help spreading #OneDayOneKU, $5,000 has been donated to KU scholarships.
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