School of Business Administration
Featured School of Business Administration Funds
School of Business Administration Impact Fund
Support the areas of greatest need within the School of Business Administration. By giving to the School of Business Administration Impact Fund, your gift will provide flexible funding to be used for program needs, supplies, scholarship support, and other emerging needs identified through the year.
Center for InnovationMultiply your philanthropic dollars by investing in your community’s economic growth. Building on the work of FLC’s School of Business Administration and the Southwest Colorado Small Business Development Center, the Innovation Center will develop local businesses and entrepreneurship through incubation, business acceleration, and workforce training.
Hawk Tank Business Plan Competition
Hawk Tank is in its seventh year of creating a positive impact within Durango and surrounding communities to give incredible opportunities to local entrepreneurs. Similar to ABC’s Shark Tank, Fort Lewis College created a business plan competition that allows students to pursue their dreams and opportunities as future business owners. Thanks to the help of past contributors, Fort Lewis College’s Hawk Tank Competition is able to better the community as a whole.
Student Centered Education
As one of the truly unique business schools in Colorado, our overall emphasis is in providing diverse and personalized learning experiences for our students. The School of Business Administration fosters student – faculty interaction through:
- Small class sizes
- Professors know students on a first name basis, which allows close professional relationships to be developed.
- Professors speak directly with students promoting an open door atmosphere.
- Professors are enthusiastic about giving guidance to students about classroom projects or other questions.
- Professors have a deep professional interest in the success of our students.
- Quality Faculty
The School of Business Administration faculty is highly qualified. Most have PhD’s and years of business experience. Our faculty is engaged in scholarly activity to identify and address important business and economic issues through discovery, integration and application, and teaching and learning scholarship. Our teacher-scholar model encourages inquiry that leads to new understandings that address questions of interest to students, and the business community. Combined with our focus on community engagement, our faculty make ours one of the more experiential business schools in Colorado.