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The Rawls College of Business, which was named after Texas Tech alumnus Jerry S. Rawls who graciously donated a $25 million gift to the college in 2000, offers extensive undergraduate and graduate programs designed to give students a more in-depth understanding of the business world, and prepare them for successful careers as leaders, managers, executives, and innovators in their chosen field. The Rawls College prides itself on its ability to foster tomorrow's thought leaders, develop innovative programs that meet industry demands, expand its alumni network, and hire renowned faculty.

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  • Rawls Executive Mentor Program Forges Meaningful Relationships

    The Rawls College of Business not only promotes active learning for students in the classroom, but also emphasizes the importance that students gain valuable experiences outside of the classroom. Having a mentor encourages students to proactively establish business relationships and provides an opportunity for them to gain firsthand experience in developing a professional relationship. Mentors […]

  • Rawls Students Placed Third In Nationwide Banking Competition

    In only its second year of existence, a team of finance students from Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business was nationally recognized today (May 25), taking home third place in the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) 2017 Community Bank Case Study Competition. Read the full story on Texas Tech Today.    

  • Rawls Students Win at iLaunch Competition

    The Texas Tech University Innovation Hub at Research Park concluded its two-day Spark Conference on April 28 by announcing the winners of the iLaunch Competition and the Global Laboratory for Energy Asset Management and Manufacturing (GLEAMM) competitions. The iLaunch competition is an investor pitch event open to identify, grow and launch startup companies and the […]

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