United by the Business and Public Administration and Eller experience, our 55,000+ alumni remain knit together as friends, colleagues and community members.
Explore how you can stay in touch, get inspired, share opportunities, mentor today’s students and carry the Eller torch into your own bright future.
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.
BPA and Eller Alumni Resources
You can stay in touch with your amazing fellow alumni by reading (and submitting your own) class notes, getting to know our Eller alumni team, reading Eller Progress alumni magazine and following us on social media.Check Out Alumni Connections »
Attend an event, share your time, partner with grad students on consulting projects, recruit Eller students or simply share career opportunities so they can get a leg up. Any way you stay involved is a way to extend your Eller impact.Get Involved Now »
Honoring Your Class
Eller Class Notes are the perfect way to share and read updates about fellow classmates’ latest career moves, successes, adventures and families. Let us know where your own life has taken you since graduation by sharing your news.
Senior Class Gift
Leave a positive and lasting impact on the College where you’ve learned and grown. If you’ve had a class with an exceptional professor, if you were involved in an exciting activity or if you had a mentor who shaped your career for good, this is your chance to pay it forward.
Eller’s foundation is strong. And with your investment in our future, our strengths become our promise. Our business education is fortified more than ever—with greater knowledge and influence, a greater learning environment, greater academic programs and greater access for students.