Trulaske College of Business

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Trulaske College of Business

The Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business, founded in 1914, leads the way in business education. Trulaske enrolls nearly 5,000 students in four academic units – accountancy, finance, management and marketing. The college offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including full-time and executive MBAs, a 150-hour accountancy program, doctoral programs in accountancy and business administration, and a host of online offerings. Top scholars conduct research with impact alongside instructors who activate innovative learning environments. The college takes great pride in its graduates. More than 40,000 alumni contribute their expertise to the public and private sectors in every state in the U.S. and in a host of foreign countries, creating a strong global network, ready to engage with the institution as thought leaders and mentors.


Trulaske Excellence Fund

The Trulaske Excellence Fund gives College leadership the flexibility to innovate.

In recent years, this fund has provided support for new and unique programs such as the Heartland Scholars Academy, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and the Center for Sales and Customer Development.

The Trulaske Excellence Fund gives us resources to tell our story. By promoting our exciting new initiatives – such as Kaldi’s in Cornell Hall and our MS in Business with stackable certificates – we elevate the stature of our College.


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Trulaske Student Emergency Fund

Donate to the Trulaske College of Business Student Emergency Fund and help us provide targeted help to students in need. To date, this important fund has helped 26 business students with nearly $90,000 in awards, helping them remain enrolled despite financial challenges. Your gift to this fund helps ensure that an unexpected expense is not a roadblock to the pursuit of a business degree. To further the impact of your gift, the Walker Foundation will match it at a 50% rate, up to $100,000. The fund helps provide financial assistance for things such as short-term scholarship support, emergency or temporary housing assistance, access to food, emergency transportation costs and more.


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Trulaske College of Business Scholarship Fund

The Trulaske College of Business is home to 4,000 students seeking degrees in accountancy, finance, management and marketing. Your investment in the Trulaske Scholarship Fund allows us to attract and support the high-caliber students for which the College is known.


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