The Graduate School of Management’s Annual Giving Campaign makes possible a range of educational and networking events for alumni, students and business constituents. This critical support also helps the School attract the best and brightest students, recruit top faculty and provide high-quality programs. Our entire community benefits from the School’s expanded reputation, influence and outreach.
This year the GSM Alumni Association has set a goal of 20% alumni participation.
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The Annual Giving Campaign allows donors to direct their gifts where they feel it would
be most beneficial:
This current-use fund contributes directly to the School’s ongoing needs and allows for flexibility to capitalize on emerging opportunities.
Gifts directed to student scholarships provide critical current-use funds for dispersing general student financial support for MBA students.
Student Professional Development
This current-use fund allows students to travel to participate in conference, seminars and business competitions, broadening their perspectives and enriching their experience.
Graduate School of Management Endowment
This endowment was established by the Full-Time MBA Class of 2000, along with generous donations from the business community. Gifts are invested and the interest earned supports School-wide initiatives.
Working Professional Endowment
This endowment was established by the Sacramento Working Professional Class of 2002. Gifts are invested and the interest generated supports our Part-Time MBA programs.
Master of Professional Accountancy Endowment
This endowment was established by the inaugural MPAc Class of 2013. Gifts are invested and the interest generated supports this program.
The Graduate School of Management’s Annual Giving campaign, which runs from July 1 to June 30 each fiscal year, generates critical support and makes possible a range of educational and networking events for alumni, students and business constituents. Our entire community benefits from the School’s expanded reputation, influence and outreach.
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