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The College of Business aspires to become one of the premier business schools in Texas and the greater region, recognized for the achievements of its graduates, the achievements of its faculty in teaching and research, and the value of its programs to both the local and the targeted global community.

Like many educational institutions across the country, the College of Business relies on the contributions and support of alumni, friends, corporations, foundations and other partners to invest in its diverse student population and outstanding educational programs. It is this generous support that helps create and enhance boundless opportunities for our students, staff and faculty to make life-enriching discoveries and create a better society.

Whether providing an undergraduate, masters, or doctoral-level education, the commitment has always been to provide our diverse student body with an outstanding educational experience. It is our hope that you will share in our vision and take advantage of the opportunity to invest in the College.

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Donor Stories:

Jimmy Campbell, a UTA College of Business alumnus and banking executive, has donated money to establish the $500,000 Jimmy and Cathy Campbell Endowed Scholarship Fund for Cleburne High School students attending UTA, the Cleburne Times-Review reported. The academic award will provide a four-year, half-tuition scholarship to a member of the CHS top 10 percent wishing to pursue a bachelor’s degree in any business major within the UTA College of Business. Read the UTA Press Release...

Alumnus Jimmy Campbell and his wife, Cathy, have established a scholarship in the UT Arlington College of Business
Courtesy of Lisa Magers, Cleburne ISD
Pictured (L-R) Rachel Croson, Cathy Campbell, Jimmy Campbell,
Cleburne High School Principal Chris Jackson, and Kyle Heath

UTA College of Business Goolsby Donation

The College of Business at The University of Texas at Arlington received $250,000 from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation in support of scholarships for the Goolsby Leadership Academy.
Picture features: Jim Spaniolo, UT Arlington President; Richard Russack, BNSF Foundation President; Dan Himarios, College of Business Dean; John Lanigan, BNSF Railway Company Executive Vice President for Marketing.