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Get Involved - Texas BBA Parents Council

Dean Gilligan

"With the founding of the Texas BBA Parents Council, the school and the parents have aligned their mission: to create the best environment for their students to be successful."
Dean Thomas W. Gilligan

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Texas BBA Parents Council

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The Texas BBA Parents Council is a newly formed group stemming from Dean Thomas W. Gilligan’s strategic plan to engage new supporters and friends of the McCombs School of Business. The Council serves as a platform for parents of enrolled business students to be involved with McCombs and to support BBA Program Office programs and initiatives.

The BBA Program Office is the central office for all McCombs undergraduate programming including, but not limited to, admissions, recruitment, student led organizations, study abroad, leadership opportunities, and commencement. The BBA Program Office’s talented and dedicated staff works year-round to ensure that McCombs undergraduate students have access to the best programming in and out of the classroom. They also work with the Development and External Relations team to secure consistent funding that keeps our programs affordable and accessible to every student. This office has been strategically selected for Parents Council involvement and support because it houses the programs that will have a direct impact on your students during their tenure at the McCombs School of Business.

Three Areas of Engagement

The Texas BBA Parents Council focuses on specific areas to enhance the undergraduate experience.

Three Areas of Engagement
Parents Council Fund

Different levels of support and involvement help shape the Texas BBA experience.

Parents Council Fund
Meet the Parents Council

Take a look at the list of the founding members of the Texas BBA Parents Council.

Meet the Parents Council