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Your support propels the future of business.

Contributions to the Eli Broad College of Business empower our faculty and students to become the global problem solvers our industries need.

At Broad, we believe that cultivating well-rounded, globally adept business leaders requires not only a leading-edge curriculum, but also a rich living-learning environment. That includes making the Broad experience accessible to deserving students of all backgrounds.

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Preparing tomorrow’s leaders

We care deeply about every student’s individual development, and we invest in every student’s success. Broad’s highly personalized approach ensures each student is able to develop the skills needed to contribute value to an organization from day one.

Preparing talented, determined young people to be the business leaders of tomorrow requires a joint investment. The Broad experience is the result of many people coming together, going the extra mile to ensure the next generation’s success.

The world needs Spartans, and Spartans need you. Please join us.

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Michigan State University’s MBA program needs to not only keep pace but also lead the field of graduate business programs in preparing students for today’s management challenges. By providing state-of-the-art facilities and deepening recruitment efforts to attract top faculty and students, MSU will continue to equip students with the real-world skills to succeed at the highest levels of business and compete internationally.
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Your contribution will allow us to increase our available financial support to students, allowing us to attract even more top-notch students and helping to make a Broad education accessible to all who deserve it.

Enhanced scholarship endowment funds will enable the Broad College to recruit highly accomplished students with unique perspectives and diverse backgrounds who will elevate the college’s profile and serve as change agents in their future endeavors. Attracting these top-caliber students will further enrich the Broad experience and ensure our ability to steadily increase the college’s rankings.

Help us attract and retain pioneering scholars who can identify and offer solutions to some of the world’s most challenging problems.

Engaging such leaders will leverage our faculty’s strengths and expertise and provide students with outstanding opportunities to develop themselves in co-curricular and extracurricular areas. It also will significantly broaden our students’ network of professional contacts and potential employers after graduation.

Greater funding for faculty research and programs means more great minds tackling real-world problems, in areas that build on Spartan strengths and address industry needs.

The college will provide more experiential learning opportunities for students, built around themes such as entrepreneurship, globalization, and teamwork and collaboration. We’ll also fund curricular innovation, providing grants to faculty to experiment with new course content and teaching methods. Additional support will expand opportunities for students to participate in case competitions and social-impact projects, as well as leadership development and training for MBA staff.

The new state-of-the-art Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion will offer flexible learning spaces and the latest technology in order to foster innovation, teamwork and collaboration among students and faculty.

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How to Make a Gift

The Eli Broad College of Business accepts donations of cash, securities, gifts in kind and planned gifts. Below are ways to donate cash to the college; please contact our development staff at (517) 353-4340 if you wish to donate via another method.


Broad’s online gift processing system is easy, secure and efficient. The online gift processing system authorizes transactions in real time and does not record or store credit card information.

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By Mail

Please make your check payable to “Michigan State University” and include the name of the fund you wish to support on the memo line of your check. Mail to:

Eli Broad College of Business
Office of Development
Business College Complex
632 Bogue St Rm N505
East Lansing, MI 48824

By Phone

You may donate by phone by calling (517) 353-4340.

You’ll be asked to provide the name of the fund you wish to support, your credit card number, the amount you wish to give and its desired designation.

Double Your Gift

Some employers will match their employees’ charitable donations. Such matching gifts double or even triple the value of your gift to Michigan State. Many companies also match gifts made by employees’ spouses and retirees.

Please contact our development staff should you need help completing your employer’s donation forms.

The world needs Spartans.

Partner with us to make a top-ranked business education accessible to exceptional students from all backgrounds.

Development and Alumni Relations

The development staff at the Broad College of Business is a group of professionals charged with maintaining strong relationships with the college’s external stakeholders and working to translate the strength of those relationships into support for our students, graduates and faculty. We work to aid in the development of leaders for a global economy primarily by seeking financial support for Broad, but also by connecting students, faculty, alumni and businesses to facilitate research, placement and career support, and success for students and alumni.

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Contact Information

  • Development Office
  • Business College Complex
  • 632 Bogue St Rm N505
  • East Lansing, MI 48824
  • Phone: (517) 353-4340
  • Fax: (517) 353-0828