Preparing career-ready students for a complex global society

Dedicated to providing an internationally-accredited professional education.

We aim to provide an experiential learning environment that builds career-ready skills and competencies thereby preparing students for global citizenship and leadership roles in both public and private organizations.


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  • MBA Virtual Info Sessions

    MBA Virtual Info Sessions
    Starting later this month a number of virtual information sessions will be taking place. See how an MBA from the Scott College of business can accelerate your career.
  • ISU alumnus Darwin McCallian makes $1.225 m gift to SCOB

    Darwin McCallian
    $225,000 of Darwin McCallian's gift will establish the Darwin McCallian Executive Leadership Forum Endowment and the remainder will create the Darwin McCallian Endowed Professor of Business.
  • SCOB Alumna Appointed to ISU Board of Trustees

    Cheryl Roberson
    Governor Eric Holcomb appointed Cheryl Roberson to a four-year term on ISU's Board of Trustees. Mrs. Roberson is a 1990 alumna and currently serves as the Program Director of the Joint Strike Fighter team for Rolls-Royce Corporation.
  • Immersive Learning Experience in Ireland

    Students in Ireland, 2023
    Students learned visual and multisensory lessons on Irish history, politics, and business with guided tours of Dublin’s north and south sides
  • Death of Donald W. Scott

    Susan and Don Scott in 2016
    The Scott College of Business and Indiana State University is mourning the loss of Donald W. Scott, a local businessman, philanthropist, community leader, and friend of ISU.
  • Million Dollar Gift to Indiana State

    Robert and Penny Schafer
    Former Vice President of Administrative Affairs Robert Schafer and his wife, Penny, have donated $1 million during the Be So BOLD campaign to amplify the experience of Sycamores inside and outside of the classroom.
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