Sources of Funds

Growth is the story in Haslam College of Business.

We welcomed almost 2,000 freshman to our college in the fall of 2023. The largest freshman class in the history of the college. At the same time, 13 new faculty call the college home. We started planning for a new building expected to be completed in 2027. This new building will be home to our GEE operation, newly expanded Anderson Center, and state of the art research labs. Revenues continued to grow and be reinvested into the infrastructure and support of our student experience. Private philanthropy remains an important funding source allowing the college to implement new programming, expand current offerings, and support our students in their time here at the Haslam College of Business. Increasing private philanthropy, launching successful new programs that attract additional students, and controlling our costs are always important, and particularly so as we strive to protect access given the economic realities facing our students and their families.

— Betsy Adams, Assistant Dean of OPERATIONS, STRATEGY, AND PLANNING

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