The Passport Program is a cocurricular program that gives School of Business students the opportunity and incentive to develop as students and professionals, and to enhance their overall college experience. The objective of the program is to guide students through a successful path toward their desired careers.
The opportunities presented in the program include:
Invitations to professional and social networking events
participation in academic and professional conferences and competitions
volunteer opportunities in the local and global community
educational travel experiences
participation in many college programs outside the School of Business
The School of Business Honor Societies and Clubs are centrally integrated within the Passport Program. Students are encouraged to become members and eventually take on leadership roles in one or more of the cocurricular clubs.
Students are required to get a minimum of 100 points throughout four years. Those students who remain active in the Passport Program throughout four years of study are recognized, and receive a commencement cord to wear at graduation.