The College Office of Administrative Services provides administrative guidance and support to the Dean and department heads/chair/directors on activities involving annual budgets, human resources, facilities, and administrative affairs.
Alumni and External Affairs
The Office for Alumni and External Affairs offers information and services for College alumni. These include programs, activities, and resources that engage people in College activities. The Office also offers opportunities for alumni constituents and friends to network with one another and with current students.
Business Career Services
This office provides a wide range of recruitment services to both students and employers. Services such as the Employer Forum Series, the Career Resource Center, employment skills workshops, mock interviews, and individual advising provide students with powerful resources for launching a career. Career Services also provides business recruiters help with on-campus recruiting, information sessions, individualized consulting, career fairs, resumè books, and free job postings.
The Communications Office produces the College magazine, Illinois Business Perspectives; Alumni News & Notes; and the College of Business e-newsletter, a monthly on-line publication. The office also works with unit staff in the College of Business, helping them to develop various materials for print and web publication.
The Office of the Dean directs the activities of the college and coordinates the infrastructure that makes the college work.
The Development Office brings together donor interests and College priorities to enhance business education at UIUC. The office offers opportunities for Investing in Excellence and other ways to advance the mission of the College of Business.
Illinois Business Consulting (IBC)
IBC is a student consulting organization within the College of Business. IBC enables MBA and select undergraduate students to apply classroom learning to real business problems by serving 40-50 businesses per year. Fortune 500 companies and smaller businesses, both for-profit and not-for-profit, use IBC services, thus allowing students to build their skills in problem solving and project- and client-management.
MBA Career Services
The MBA Career Services Office provides resources and advice for Illinois MBA candidates to develop and execute a successful job search and for company recruiters to find the perfect candidates for their jobs. Students can benefit from self-assessment tools (password required) to help them identify career paths or advising on job applications and interviews. The Illinois MBA also has a team of dedicated career services professionals ready to assist recruiters in identifying the right candidates to meet their hiring needs.
Office of Business Innovation & Entrepreneurship (OBIE)
OBIE initiatives seek to increase faculty and student participation in entrepreneurship programs and to serve the business community with training programs and business development activities that meet the needs of current and future entrepreneurs.
The Emerson Cammack Office of Undergraduate Affairs helps students successfully navigate their academic careers in the College of Business. The experienced and dedicated staff of professional advisors provides personalized counseling in courses, careers, and opportunities for study abroad.