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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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  • Dr. Scott Hein featured in WalletHub’s 10 financial predictions for 2017

    Dr. Scott Hein, E.W. Williams Jr. Centennial Bank Chair and Faculty Director of the Texas Tech School of Banking at Texas Tech University and Co-editor of Journal of Financial Research, was recently interviewed by Wallet Hub about his thoughts on the 10 financial predictions for 2017. Learn more. 

  • Alumnus Ronnie Hammonds Honored For His Continued Commitment to Excellence

    Rawls College alumnus Ronnie Hammonds was recently honored by Alpha Kappa Psi at the December Board of Regents meeting. Hammonds received a plaque in recognition of his tireless dedication to Texas Tech University and its success. As a charter member of Alpha Kappa Psi, he was initially going to be presented with the award at […]

  • Rawls Alumnus Named Executive at Wells Fargo

    Congratulations to Rawls College alumnus Nick Salomone, who was recently named as the head of Middle Market Banking operations for Wells Fargo in the Fort Worth and West Texas area. In his role as regional vice president, he leads a team of 18 financial service professionals based at the bank’s Fort Worth Middle Market Banking group. […]

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