The Eller College of Management is a vibrant learning community of students, researchers, teachers, alumni, and staff within an internationally regarded public research institution.
Catch up with the Eller Community
There are many great ways to keep in touch with Eller:
Eller Buzz Online Magazine
Eller's online news and story resource for alumni, students, and friends.
Eller Progress Magazine
Eller's print magazine with features, alumni profiles, annual report, and more.
The curriculum and programs are designed to maximize student interaction, with a strong emphasis on teamwork that naturally develops into a close-knit community. Student organizations at the MBA and undergraduate level offer opportunities to connect and get involved while exploring areas of career interest.
Social Responsibility and Ethics
Integrity, ethics, and social responsibility are integral to the Eller College education. Social responsibility informs our curricula as well as the role of the College in the local community and beyond.
The Center for Leadership Ethics (formerly Ethics Program) is a vanguard program to develop business leaders with integrity and a clear sense of social responsibility. Begun in 2003, the first year of the College's ethics program saw the formation of a student-led board and E-tegrity code, case competitions and the honor of the 2004 Innovation Award of the Southwestern Business Deans' Association.
The initiative is now part of the make-up of the College and includes a required seminar series plus the annual ethics case competition.
Our Eller Economic Development Program takes advantage of University of Arizona resources — including Eller College faculty, students, and staff — to work with small businesses throughout Southern Arizona to develop and grow their businesses and improve the business owners' managerial skills — thereby enhancing the economy of our region.
Read Eller Buzz for insights into life at the College from students, faculty, and administrator. Looking for a better sense of life and culture at the UA? Read all about it in the student-run daily newspaper, Arizona Daily Wildcat.
The Campus and City at Large
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