Bringing in the best and brightest

We aspire to raise $80 million for student fellowships to compete for the best students. The quality of a top business school is measured by the quality of its students. We must continue to attract the brightest students, who are facing the ever-rising cost of tuition.

The Best and Brightest Students Fellowships help us compete against other top schools.

The Best and Brightest Students

Fellowships help us compete against other top schools

$34 Million
Raised
$80 Million
Goal
 

Support Our Future Leaders

 

Increase

the number of fellowships offered to students

Offset

the rising cost of tuition and living expenses

Reduce

the debt burden carried by 59 percent of students

Outstanding students from all backgrounds create a vibrant learning culture, advance scholarly values, inspire and challenge the faculty and in turn become the draw for the next generation of outstanding students. They graduate to become our society’s future — business, community and government leaders who shape our world. This cycle is the essential driver of an outstanding education and a world-class educational institution.

Zubin

“ The differentiator between other top schools and Anderson is not their career opportunities or their faculty — it’s their financial resources. It’s time we even the playing eld. Fortunately, I found a family at Anderson that invested so much into me — it’s a moral obligation that I give back. ”

Zubin Dabar (B.A. '09, MBA '15)

Product and Partnerships Marketing Manager,
Google

"Merit-based fellowships allow us to compete with other top business schools for talented applicants" says Associate Dean Rob Weiler ('91), who oversees admissions for the full-time program.

 

Student Support Facts

 
 

How You Can Make an Impact

 

Ensure Excellence

Ensure the future excellence of an Anderson education by attracting the most talented students

Contribute

Increase the average financial award so reduce the debt burden on our students

Endow a Fellowship

grow the resources to compete for top students in perpetuity