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Invest in the Future


Every Gift Strengthens our Ability to:


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Educate 21st century business leaders – highly skilled, well-rounded, and values-based professionals prepared and eager to elevate society from virtually every industry.


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Partner with key industries and enterprises to drive business innovation and development locally, nationally, and internationally.



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Research solutions, leverage expertise, and initiate multidisciplinary collaboration to address real-world problems that affect a multitude of local, national, and global communities.

Support the New Business Building

The new UC Riverside School of Business building will play a pivotal role in who, what, where, how (and how fast) we can deliver on the above. As the School continues to rise in national rankings and international recognition, gifts to our building fund will ensure a properly resourced and dynamic headquarters and thereby accelerate our upward trajectory and positive impact on the public good. 


Naming and Recognition Opportunities

There are many ways to be involved with this important imitative of the School of Business through naming a room, study area, or suite. Opportunities include:

  • 350-seat auditorium
  • Multi-purpose room
  • 70-seat lecture hall (2)
  • Computer lab
  • Executive board room
  • Graduate student lounge
  • Group study rooms (11)
  • TA Group Meeting Room
  • Faculty Offices (20)
  • Program Suites (3)
  • Dean’s Suite

Additional conference rooms, offices, and meeting rooms also available.




More information on naming opportunities is forthcoming.
In the interim, please direct inquiries to:


Gwen Thibeaux

Associate Director of Development



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Beverly Bailey and family

Beverly Bailey knows a thing or two about building things. 

As a student at Riverside City College, she helped her boyfriend, Scott, hang patio covers on the weekends. When she turned 20, she bought and ran a small café in Chino, putting her entrepreneurial spirit to the test as she worked some of the longest days of her life. Then, she earned her real estate license, making a living helping people build their dream homes.  Read more >>

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