When donors make a gift to Mays Business School, they are investing in our mission to be a vibrant learning organization that creates impactful knowledge and develops transformational leaders.
There are many giving opportunities that support our mission, including scholarships and fellowships for students, endowments for faculty positions and research, and student learning opportunities outside the classroom.
Mays Business School sincerely appreciates all financial gifts in support of our mission as well as the trust donors place in us. We strive to provide all our donors with a great return on investment through the excellent instruction we provide and the outstanding graduates we send out into the world.
A Brief History of Mays Business School
Mays Business School became a formal college at Texas A&M University in 1968. Since then, we have quickly evolved from an undergraduate-focused, regional-level institution to one of a handful of public business schools that is consistently recognized through national rankings for the quality of our undergraduate and MBA programs and faculty scholarship and productivity.
Realizing our potential, Mr. Lowry Mays ’57, chairman and CEO of Clear Channel Communications Inc., made a significant investment in the then-College of Business Administration in the mid-1990s. Renaming the school in his honor, Mays Business School seeks to build upon its history and become one of the nation’s top 10 public business schools.
Mays’ progress over the past decade has been remarkable. We are now ranked among the top public business schools for our undergraduate program, MBA programs, and faculty scholarship and productivity.
Mays by the Numbers
- 4,863 Undergraduate students
- 110 Full-Time MBA students
- 98 Executive MBA students
- 92 Professional MBA students
- 724 Specialized Master’s degree students
- 73 PhD candidates
- 105 tenure track faculty members
- 61 non-tenure track faculty members
- More than 39,000 former students
If you are interested in investing in the future of Mays Business School, please contact Brian Bishop ’91, Senior Director of Development, at 979-862-3615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.