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Finance Department Fund

Finance Department Fund 

Ranked #1 in the Northwest, the undergraduate Finance Department in the Albers School is known for setting the technical and practical standard in financial education. Through excellent faculty, a strong curriculum and unique opportunities outside of the classroom, students learn the analytical skills, critical thinking and successful habits they need to be successful ethical leaders in a variety of roles in the financial industry. 

Gifts to this fund provide support for activities and programs that develop and enhance the finance skills students learn in the classroom.  Students participate in programs such as the Redhawk Fund, the CFA Investment Research Challenge, the CFA Ethics Challenge, the Investment Club, or the ACG Cup NW, all of which provide meaningful, hands-on experiences for our students to help them succeed in their chosen profession. 

In addition, all students have access to the Bloomberg Terminal, which allows them to have real world experience in understanding the stock market and get real-time data about all aspects of the world of finance.  Both undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking roles in the financial industry benefit from gifts to this fund.

Finance Advisory Board Challenge
15 gifts to the Finance Department Fund unlocks $3,000 for the Finance Department.
15 / 15 Gifts
OMA Emergency Fund Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy and Melissa Ries, if 600 alumni make a gift today to any fund during Seattle U Gives, it will unlock $30,000 to the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) Emergency Fund.
600 / 600 Gifts
Student Mental Health & Wellness Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy & Melissa Ries and an Anonymous donor, 200 alumni gifts to any fund between 6-11:59pm will unlock $50,000 to the Student Mental Health & Wellness Fund.
200 / 200 Gifts
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