... using business for a better world
The College of Business has offered transformative experiences for students since 1966. Today, there are more than 36,000 alumni using business for a better world in their communities and across the globe.
Alumni have trusted our magazine, The Difference, to keep them up-to-date with the College. But business moves at a fast pace. To keep up with the fast-pace of business, our digital newsletter will help you stay connected with our College.
Whether they're helping to save Colorado's forests or promoting aquatic safety, CSU College of Business alumni are exploring new ways to promote and protect their communities through business.
When you tune in to your favorite TV show or watch a major sporting event, you might just see a College of Business alum. Everyday our alumni are discovering creative new ways to engage with their communities.
From supporting women in developing nations, to finding new ways to halt wildlife trafficking, members of the College of Business community are putting their unique skills to good use.
The Online MBA and the Online Master of Computer Information Systems programs received recognition from U.S. News & World Report, making them leaders in Colorado and across the United States.
From ultramarathons to van-life, brewing companies and city hall, College alumni are leveraging their business skills to create a greater sense of community, no matter where they are.
A $10 bag of candy inspires a new business, a passion for connection and representation leads an alum to a visionary non-profit, and a generous gift advances the vision of Business for a Better World.
College of Business alum uses skills for international development, Music Business program benefit concert raises $700k for Marshall Fire relief, Online MBA ranks No. 16 for employability worldwide.
College of Business alumni use their skills and talents to tackle major health crises, the Online MBA ranks No. 1 in Colorado, educators take action against human trafficking and CSU Biz debuts in Times Square.
The College of Business alumni community is using business and education to address inequality in all of its forms.
The 2020 edition of The Difference explores how the College, its alumni and students are using business for a better world.