There’s a way for all of us to be a part of the bigger impact Eller makes.
It’s a difference that changes students’ lives long after they leave the classroom. When you support Eller, you make a mark on businesses and communities—thanks to the ideas and actions that are born right here. This is more than a school, and more than a network—and your gift, whether of time or expertise or funding, is much more than a gift. It’s a tradition of paying it forward.
How to Engage with Eller
Be a part of the transformational magic that happens here. You might serve as a mentor, competition judge, guest speaker or interviewer. You can host a project with Eller Business Consulting and consider Eller students for internships and full-time jobs at your company. However you dive in, your experience and expertise will serve as a valuable tool to help forge Eller students’ futures.
Contributing to Eller is just the beginning of a bigger chain reaction: you’re supporting students, strengthening programs, furthering research, building a better learning environment and attracting the best faculty around.Exploring Giving »
Our 55,000-strong network of Eller alumni are one of our greatest resources. Stay connected, find fulfilling ways to engage, explore career and networking resources and be sure check out (and add) Class Notes.Explore Alumni Resources »
We take seriously our responsibility to transform tomorrow's business leaders. In partnership with you, we can sustain our incredible momentum.
Paulo B. Goes, Eller College Dean and Halle Chair in Leadership
Are You an Eller College Associate?
Eller College Associates work to improve the Eller College experience for students, faculty and our broader community. ECA members may interview undergraduate students for professional admission, mentor undergraduate students, host externships and more.
Eller College National Board of Advisors
This network of alumni, donors and friends of the Eller College plays a vital role in our resource development, communications and policy. They help shape who we are—and offer support along the way to help see it all through.