Dr. Kimberly Killmer Hollister, dean of the Feliciano School of Business, was recognized by ROI magazine in its recent “ROI Influencers: Higher Education 2021 — Deans and Directors” Social Equality and Equity category. ROI noted the School's College Consensus “Best Business School” rankings for people of color and women along with the social equality and equity School’s “general diversity workshops that discuss topics such as microaggressions, stereotypes, inclusion, social justice, privilege and more”.
Driven by the single goal of transforming today’s students into tomorrow’s business leaders, the Feliciano School of Business has achieved a prominent place in the state and the larger region. Fully accredited by the AACSB, the School has over 3,500 students, and its six academic departments offer an array of degrees from a BS in Business Administration with 11 concentrations, to an MS in Accounting, to an MBA. Home to the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, the Ellyn A. McColgan Center for Student Services, and the 3D printing MIX Lab, the School offers state-of-the-art facilities and transformative learning opportunities for students.