Resources for Business Students

Popular and practical resources for students of Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration.

CBA resources

Business Student Services

Business Student Services is dedicated to providing academic advising and support services as well as promoting opportunities to enhance the experiences of undergraduate business students.

the HUB

The HUB serves as a resource center to develop College of Business Administration students as leaders and professionals inside and outside the classroom.

CBA scholarships

Apply for over 130 scholarships exclusively available to students in the College of Business Administration established by our dedicated alumni, faculty, and friends.

Student organizations

Join a business-related student group where you can visit organizations, win international competitions, manage portfolios and make connections.

CBA centers and institutes

Put learning into action with the centers and institutes in the CBA.

List of business programs

Browse the College of Business Administration's 17  programs including accounting, finance economics, entrepreneurship, management, information systems, marketing, logistics, hospitality, and more.

Campus resources

Student life

Student Account Services and University Billing at Central Michigan University offers important information and services, including OneCentral, authorized payers, HEERF student funding, net price calculator, payment plan, refunds, tuition and fees, withdrawal information and more about billing, payment methods, and student account questions.

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Learn more about affording your Central Michigan University education with the opportunities available through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

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Student Disability Services provides students with disabilities academic accommodations and auxiliary aids necessary to ensure access to all university services, programs and activities.

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The Center for Student Inclusion and Diversity (CSID) houses Multicultural Academic Student Services (MASS), Office of Indigenous Affairs (OIA), LGBTQ Services and Gender Equity Programs, the Institute for Transformative Dialogue (ITD) and the grant program Student Transition Enrichment Program (STEP).

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CMU Cares offers support for student well-being and success through campus and community information and resources such as how to submit a student or faculty/staff care report.

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With over 400 student organizations and activities to get involved with at Central Michigan University, there's always something new to discover.

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Through partnerships across campus and around the world, The Office of Global Engagement supportsstudy abroad programs, curricular and co-curricular global initiatives, and welcomes international students, scholars, faculty, and staff to our campus.

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Academic tools

Tutoring is a free university service available to you if you need assistance in 100-300 level courses. You'll meet with tutors one-on-one and get the extra help you need in your class. I

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Math tutors can help with everything from basic algebra to intermediate-level statistics. Make an appointment at the Mathematics Assistance Center.

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The Writing Center at Central Michigan University is a free resource providing assistance with writing, at any level, for any discipline.

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CMU's testing center is nationally certified through the National College Testing Association (NCTA) and offers various testing services for students, prospective students, alumni, faculty, and external testing candidates.

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The CMU academic Bulletins provide information about CMU’s academic programs available in an academic year and information concerning admissions, academic regulations and requirements, services available to students, and CMU staff and faculty. Updates and corrections are listed on the website.

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Career development

The Career Development Center facilitates discussion and strategic decision-making for CMU students and alumni through SELF awareness, Exploring career OPTIONS and Empowering ACTION to promote life-long success.

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Central Michigan University has partnered with Handshake to offer job search assistance to students and alumni. Employers from across the country and around the world post thousands of new jobs and internships each day. Connect with employers ranging from local family-operated business all the way up to all of the Fortune 500 companies

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First Impressions provides Central Michigan University students with free professional attire for interviews, job fairs, and other professional events. This resource helps students make a positive first impression in both their classrooms and careers. All CMU students are eligible to request one professional outfit per semester.

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The Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center at Central Michigan University connects students to hundreds of volunteer opportunities on campus, in the local community, and across the country.

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Through Alternative Breaks, CMU students develop into lifelong active citizens by participating in community experiences dedicated to social justice.

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The Student Food Pantry support Central Michigan University students who need a little extra help, so they can focus on their academic success.

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The Financial Wellness Collaborative aims to inspire confidence in students' financial decision-making and ensure students build the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure life-long financial wellness.

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Other CMU Resources