Uncategorized | Mays Impacts - Part 11

In a survey of Mays Business Online readers this November, the majority of 235 respondents rated the e-magazine’s quality as “good” and reported the site as “fairly easy to navigate.” While 85 percent of respondents indicated they’re most interested in reading about Mays news and events, stories about former students and the unique achievements of faculty, staff and current students weren’t far behind.

We also heard from many about what else we need to focus on and what we can do to improve. Though there was not a consensus, several respondents asked for more details on the smaller donations that are the lifeblood of any institution. Look for those details this spring, when we’ll turn our attention to the subject of smaller gifts of support that add up to big impacts for our business students and programs.

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May 2006 BBA graduates benefited from some rising trends in recruitment and salary offers.

They reported an 86 percent success rate in finding employment or a job offer or gaining admittance to a graduate program. From fall 2005 to spring 2006, 540 firms recruited our BBAs, a 9 percent increase over the previous year. And 97 of those were Fortune 500 companies, compared to 88 in 2004-2005.

Even more impressively, average salaries for undergrad business students rose 8 percent from May 2005, making the average salary $43,049.


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The new address for the Mays Business School homepage ishttp://mays.tamu.edu. You’ll also notice a new look and feel and a new site navigation, all designed to make it easier for site visitors to find the information they’re looking for.

The switch is designed to make it easier for folks to find our main Web site. And because we are called Mays, it makes for a better naming convention for the business school’s homepage.

Love the new site? Have some suggestions to make it even better? Please provide your feedback in our Web site redesign survey athttp://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=454572149555.

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Curious as to how construction on the college’s new Cox Graduate Business Center is progressing? Well, now you can keep tabs on the new building right from your desktop.

A Web camera is tracking construction on the 66,000- square-feet (gross) expansion. The facility, named after Kay and Jerry ’72 Cox, is slated to open in fall 2003.

To check out the Web cam, visit http://wehner.tamu.edu/Cox-GBC/ or visit the Cox Business Center site for more photos and information.

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