What makes FIU Business such a global powerhouse is its people. With a network of 54,000 strong, our alumni are individually and collectively a powerful force of good. The Power of One harnesses that strength and emboldens each alumnus/alumna, faculty and staff to participate in annual giving. With each act of giving, there is potential to multiply the impact, which leads to more volunteerism, mentoring, and meaningful connections.
All gifts - no matter the size - can change the lives of FIU Business students. Whether you give $5 a year or $50 a month, your gift is meaningful. Each and every gift supports our mission of creating career-ready graduates, and we value every one.
Your participation is meaningful in other ways, too. The higher our participation rate, the higher our ranking is in U.S. News and World Report—which adds value to your degree.
$20 will allow an incoming freshman to take the StrengthsFinder test with the career center
$105 will cover a student’s entry fee in a collegiate case competition
$150 will fund a 1st generation student's books for the semester.
$250 will fund a student’s travel to a business leadership conference.
Support your passion while creating a ripple that will make FIU Business great for the next generation of Panthers—and you!
Your investment in the College’s greatest needs will yield high impact returns by providing critical funding that shapes the College on a day-to-day basis and touches the lives of students at every level, in every program.
Your generosity will fund life-changing scholarships for Business students at all levels, create global and experiential learning opportunities, and allow us to attract and retain world-class faculty who are at the top of their industry. Every gift makes an impact. Invest in the future of Business education and the business leaders of tomorrow.
Our Mentor Program connects students with leading executives for one-on-mentoring that enhances the classroom experience. Help keep the momentum growing, and support our launch, mid-year gathering and year-end reception.
Supports out-of-the-classroom experiences such as case competitions and professional development opportunities and scholarships.
More than 50% of our College of Business students are first generation. Named in honor of alumna Francis Hondal, a first generation Cuban American and College of Business Hall of Fame member, the 1st Generation Endowment empowers women to create opportunities that lead to a better life.
Make a gift, in any amount today. Magnify your impact through your employer and matching gift programs, or set up a recurring gift. To find out if your company has a matching gifts policy, contact your employer’s human resource department.