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CoBA Meet and Greet

Fall 2021: CoBA Meet and Greet

The Fall 2021 CoBA Meet & Greet event will take place from 12:00 - 12:50 (u-hour) and will HOPEFULLY be hosted on campus on the Markstien Hall Patio. 

At the beginning of every semester, the College of Business Administration (CoBA) hosts the Meet & Greet to introduce students to the business school and it's excellent programs and people! In fall, the the event takes place over 2 days and introduces students to their faculty, the different business options available in CoBA, and the active business student organizations on campus.

In spring, the even takes place on 1 day and CoBA brings back student organizations for a club rush day for students to to learn about the business student orgainzations. All CSUSM Students are invited to attend! 


Tuesday, Sep. 14th@ 12:00-1:00 PM: CoBA Faculty 

Meet Faculty

CoBA Faculty will join students on Markstein Patio for socially distanced introductory event. First, department chairs will make a quick pitch for why their business option is a great choice for students. Then all faculty are invited to join their department booth and meet students who have quesitons about the business option such as Accounting, Mareting, or Finance! CoBA advisors will also host a booth for quick academic planning questions. FREE Individually packaged lunches will be served in some capacity for students and professors!

Which departments will be represented?

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Global Business
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Management
    • Mgmt in organizations
    • HR
    • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing


Thursday, Sep. 16th@ 12:00-1:00 PM: CoBA Student Organizations 

Meet and Greet

More than 10 Business Student Organizations will make their quick pitch for their society, and then all attendees may visit individual clubs booths that they are interested in. Learn about the career value offered by joining these clubs!

Who will be presenting?

Why should students join a student organization?

  • Attend weekly meetings with industry speakers
  • Network with speakers to learn more about companies and internships/job roles
  • Attend Career Fairs for specific business majors
  • Network with student peers in your industry for future job referrals
  • Network with alumni who come back for student org panels/events
  • Student Org leaders/members have higher rate of job placement at graduation due to networking and connections made in the student organization