It’s more than just funding. And it’s more than academics.
Gifts to the Eller College are the lifeblood of our work. Donations mean scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students who show promise. They allow us to draw top faculty to teach and to research. And they make entire academic programs and special projects possible. Giving to the Eller College adds up to lives changed. And it translates to a world reimagined.
Four key priorities. One incredible legacy.
As a state institution, it’s private support that pushes our impact over the top, including the rankings of our programs. And, as any great business school should, we’ve identified the key strategic places where funding can amplify the returns the world will see on these investments. With a focus on scholarships, academic programs, faculty support and capital and special projects, every gift adds up to something greater.
Giving to the Eller College
Eller has determined four key priorities for investment. This is how we’ll further our work and our impact: through offering scholarships, enriching academic programs, expanding our learning environment and supporting our innovative faculty.View Giving Priorities »
Karl Eller, 1928-2019
The University of Arizona lost an alumnus, advocate and supporter of national stature with the passing of Karl Eller on March 10. An extraordinary friend and benefactor, he was a role model for tens of thousands of students and hundreds of faculty and staff, who will forever have their names associated with Eller. Karl's legacy will live on through them.
Thank You to Our Donors
We are grateful to our donors for helping us excel toward our goals. As we do so, their—and your—support is more important than ever. The Eller College endowment still has room to grow to match those of our peer schools, as well as our own aspirations. To those who have donated and those who will donate, thank you.
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.