Alumni Support is a hallmark of the University of Mississippi. Ole Miss Alumni include many highly successful and nationally prominent businesspeople, and a large number of them are graduates of the MBA Program. MBA students have numerous opportunities to meet and interact with alumni through several events and activities.
MBA ALUMNI BOARD
The MBA Alumni Board is composed of a committed team of professionals who are student advocates. Each member brings their own business expertise coupled with a passion for Ole Miss to positively influence current students. Board Members hold a series of Professional Development Days throughout the year. Workshops include: polishing a resume, conducting mock interviews, and negotiating the job offer.
BUSINESS ADVISORY BOARD
The Business Advisory Board is composed of successful executives, business people, and entrepreneurs who generously give their time to help the Ole Miss Business School in many important ways. One of the Board's most important contributions, and the favorite activity for the members, is to help Ole Miss Business students make the personal connections they need to find jobs and promote their careers. Board members come to campus at least twice per year for meetings, but many members come more often to give guest lectures, interact with students, and participate in student activities.
THE OLE MISS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
One of the most important and valuable aspects of being a student at The University of Mississippi is the incredibly intense loyalty of our alumni. With members all over the U.S. and throughout the world in all manner of professions and levels of success, the Ole Miss Alumni Association provides our students with a link to a network that is one of the most powerful and pervasive of any university in the country.
Development Officers for the School of Business work hard to foresee future growth and future needs of our program. If you are interested in learning how you can support the School of Business, please contact our Directors of Development, Tim Noss and Adam Lee. Visit the School of Business Foundation webpage.