Investing in the state’s flagship campus increases the quality and value of our education, expands our contribution to economic growth, and brings Big Ideas to life for the benefit of all Tennesseans.
Humberto Velazquez came to the United States without knowing the language or the culture. After distinguishing himself with induction into the National Honor Society, Velazquez was mentored by a Haslam College of Business alumnus who helped him further pursue his education. Haslam enrolls more first generation students than any other top 50 business school. We take our commitment to students like Humberto seriously. We give our students the support they need to thrive.
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22 recent graduates ensuring Haslam alumni who are 35 years old or younger stay connected to their alma mater and its broader business network
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