Ways to Give
Thank you for your interest in supporting the Brock School of Business.
Giving to the Brock School of Business is a very special way for alumni to demonstrate their pride to their alma mater. Now more than ever, donations from alumni, corporations, and friends are critical to sustaining the high quality of our academic programs and to ensuring that the school offers a rewarding student experience. No matter the size, your gift makes a difference and is greatly appreciated.
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The Dean of the Brock School of Business uses these funds for enrichment opportunities for students and faculty mentors to promote excellence and take advantage of opportunities to enhance regular business education and research.
Gifts maybe designated to the Brock School of Business Excellence Fund or to the individual department support funds:
- Accounting Program Excellence Fund
- Economics, Finance & Quantitative Analysis Excellence Fund
- Entrepreneurship Management & Marketing Excellence Fund
New Brock School of Business Building
The Brock School of Business has an outstanding faculty and staff dedicated to providing a 21st century business education for our students. We desperately need a state of the art facility for educational instruction, faculty workspace,student interactions and community events.
On-Campus Student Business Incubator
Naming opportunity to support the new business incubator located at the Brock School of Business. Incubator aims to help students start new businesses by providing services such as collaborative work space, meeting rooms and professional guidance.
Endowed Faculty Appointments
Endowed Chairs and Professorships
Funds to name and establish endowed chairs or professorships in each of the critical disciplinary areas. Such gifts would permanently endow funds to attract and retain top professors in the Brock School of Business, and these new professorships would enable the School to offer expanded and high-quality programs in their designated areas.
Permanently endowed and named scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students in the Brock School of Business. Minimum amounts for such funds would be $25,000 each, which would provide approximately $1,500 annually per scholarship. These scholarship funds can be sponsored by individuals or corporations.
Annual commitments can be signed for any amount of money, usually between $1,000-$5,000 per year for at least 3 years. These scholarship funds can be sponsored by individuals or corporations.
Corporate sponsorships are needed for Samford Business Network (SBN) activities in Birmingham, Nashville, Atlanta, D.C. and other cities across the country. Sponsorships of quarterly breakfasts/lunches generally run $3,500 - $5,000. Recognition of the sponsoring firm is given before and during the event. Other sponsorships are also available, including special programs,business after hours, Source meetings, etc.