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Giving

You make a difference

In 2007 Jon M. Huntsman Sr. provided a transformative gift to our school and issued a challenge to “produce students who can compete with the best and brightest anywhere in the world.”  Every issue of the Huntsman Post and the Huntsman Alumni Magazine is filled with stories of students and alumni who are meeting that challenge.

Our students are taking control of their educational experience and positioning themselves on the path to success in their chosen career. They invest their time in opportunities like Career Exploration Trips, on-campus employer visits and professional networking events offered through the new FJ Management Center.

Our students are working hard, but they can’t do it alone. We rely heavily on the contributions of every member of our community to help our students succeed and shape what the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business can be. Whether you give of your time, finances, or both, we urge you to consider what role the school has played in your life, and join us in transforming the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business.

Ways to give
Giving Priorities

Huntsman Hall

Thanks to the generosity of many alumni and friends, we broke ground on Huntsman Hall on August 26, 2013. Join us and become a stakeholder in what is surely an iconic building on campus.

Learn more about Huntsman Hall.

Scholarships

In 2006 the Huntsman School of Business awarded 90 scholarships worth $203,000. Just eight short years later, the Huntsman School of Business awarded $1.2 million in scholarships, an amount nearly six times greater than in 2006. Our audacious goal is to provide a scholarship to every qualified student, but we need your help.

Programs

The Huntsman Difference is the value students receive as they combine an exceptional classroom experience with outside the classroom opportunities. By supporting the Huntsman School programs, students see a direct and immediate benefit inside and outside of school. Donations can be made to the following areas: departments, programs or clubs.